Securities and Exchange Commission

elon musk

The SEC’s Lawsuit Against Elon Musk Explains the Weed Number

The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged the Tesla CEO with fraud.
Sarah Emerson
9.27.18
scams

SEC Blasts Canadian Cryptocurrency Startup As 'Full-Fledged Cyber Scam'

ICO funds were used to pay for home decor.
Jordan Pearson
12.4.17
bitcoinland

The Winklevoss’ Bitcoin Fund Is Back From the Dead

Bitcoiners are holding their breath.
Jordan Pearson
4.26.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Trump Picks Wall Street Lawyer to Head SEC

Jay Clayton has a background in aiding major companies during the 2008 financial crisis and is expected to help Trump roll back regulations on banks.
Lauren Messman
1.4.17
News

Overstock Wants To Fix Wall Street By Trading Brokers for the Blockchain

Patrick Byrne has a new weapon in his crusade against Wall Street: the blockchain.
Jordan Pearson
12.16.15
americas

You'll Soon Find Out How Much More Money Your CEO Makes Than You

A newly adopted rule will compel publicly traded companies to annually disclose how their CEO compensation compares to the median salary of their workers.
John Dyer
8.5.15
News

Mike Tyson Is Getting His Very Own Bitcoin ATM

“The LeBron James ATM will be compared to the Tyson ATM.”
Jordan Pearson
7.27.15
Internet

Paybase shuts down

The cryptocurrency exchange run by Josh Garza is closing its doors
Kari Paul
4.3.15
News

Ex-SEC Official Steps Down Amid Questions Over His Work for Ponzi Schemer Allen Stanford

Barasch stepped down not long after a five-part series published by VICE uncovered potential violations of federal conflict-of-interest laws by Barasch while representing Stanford. Meanwhile, the vast majority of American investors who got taken in by...
Murray Waas
7.24.14
Weed

SEC Tries Figuring Out the ‘Dot-Bong Era,’ Irks the Wolf of Weed Street

It has suspended trading for five penny stocks of companies involved with cannabis, while warning about marijuana-related investments.
Max Cherney
5.19.14
News

Why Obama's Regulators Let Wall Street Bankers Off Easy

Remember when the economy collapsed because some people were criminally negligent and nobody went to prison?
Matt Taylor
4.9.14