Musk could take the stand in a San Francisco court as early as Wednesday over a 2018 tweet in which he floated the possibility of taking Tesla private.
Twitter CEO Elon Musk was accused of needing a "babysitter" to review his Tesla-related tweets because of the SEC.
The reality TV star, worth $1.8 billion, according to Forbes, probably "did not realize she was violating the statute," lawyer David M. Schwartz told Newsweek.
The SEC alleged that Kardashian failed to disclose a $250,000 payment to publish a post on her Instagram account promoting EthereumMax's EMAX tokens.
Justifying the SEC's 4,500 employees—and $2 billion budget—requires perpetually headline-grabbing work. And for those ready to retire from public service, a broader menu of regulatory activity means a wider range of job opportunities in the private sector.
Musk "believes that he... is free to change his mind, trash the company, disrupt its operations, destroy stockholder value, and walk away," the lawsuit states.
The SEC has drastically expanded opportunities for start-ups to raise capital through crowdfunding and other private offering exemptions.
Policymakers should use the time afforded by the crash both to prosecute fraudsters and to implement a regulatory regime that fuels responsible innovation.
Allegations that Madison Cawthorn is involved in an insider trading scheme have prompted calls for an investigation.
Elon Musk has struck a deal to buy Twitter, but sealing the deal could be complicated for the world's richest man.
The Tesla CEO has offered to buy 100 percent of the social media site outright at a cost of around $43 billion.
Not everyone on Twitter is celebrating the news that the Tesla CEO is trying to buy the social media platform.
The news came after Twitter's CEO said Musk had decided he would not be joining Twitter's board.
The Barksdale siblings are accused of using social media, promotional websites and in-person roadshows to mislead retail investors for personal benefit.
Goldman Sachs said in its annual report that it's cooperating as the SEC investigates to see if the company's employees conducted business over messaging apps.
Sky Group USA's owner Efrain Betancourt Jr. has been sued by the SEC for a number of securities violations.
The SEC said Tuesday that the American startup breached antifraud and disclosure control provisions of federal securities laws.
The auto company owned by Elon Musk was previously headquartered in Palo Alto, California.
"For all you self-absorbed folks out there that can't look past your own self to appreciate what other people are doing," Saban said in his rant.
Auburn, Nebraska, Texas, Ole Miss and Kansas were among the schools that paid coaches at least $20 million to not coach.
Report on "meme-stock" surge has suggested the extreme trading in GameStop this year won't require system changes.
Cryptocurrency exchange platform Coinbase said it would delay the launch of Lend until "at least October."
In a few ways, Clemson and Florida State to the SEC actually makes more sense than Texas and Oklahoma to the southeast.
Texas and Oklahoma would start competing in the SEC during the 2025-26 academic year.
Texas and Oklahoma sent a joint letter to the SEC requesting "invitations for membership to the Southeastern Conference starting on July 1, 2025."
"Providing notice to the Big 12 at this point is important in advance of the expiration of the conference's current media rights agreement," the schools said in a statement.
Grimes addressed an incident with Azealia Banks in 2018 when the latter posted comments about the former's partner at the time—tech mogul Elon Musk.
"One certainty is crypto will continue to positively impact business more than the SEC," the billionaire entrepreneur tweeted.
The cryptocurrency has surged in price this week while Ripple pushes back against the ongoing lawsuit filed in December.