CNBC’s Washington Correspondent Eamon Javers spoke with the Opportunist’s Managing Editor Leslie Stone about his career, reporting on the secret world of corporate espionage and his appearance on “The Daily Show” with Jon Stewart.
Eamon Javers says he was born to be a journalist. “I never imagined myself doing anything else. The power ... Read More
Companies seeking capital are frequently approached by finders who offer to locate investors in exchange for a fee. Most finders are not registered as broker-dealers with the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”). The possibility of receiving capital even through the efforts of a finder creates ... Read More
SEC CHARGES MASSACHUSETTS-BASED ATTORNEY FOR VIOLATING AN INVESTMENT ADVISER BAR AND HIS SON FOR FAILING TO DISCLOSE HIS FATHER’S BAR TO ADVISORY CLIENTS
The Securities and Exchange Commission announced that it filed a civil injunctive action today in federal district court in Massachusetts against John A. “Jack” Grant (“Jack Grant”), Sage ... Read More
Securities and Exchange Commission v. Michael Strauss, Stephen Hozie and Robert Bernstein, Civil Action No. 09-cv-4150 (S.D.N.Y. April 28, 2009)
On March 8, 2011 the Court entered an order (the “Order”) sought by the Commission authorizing the establishment of a Fair Fund comprised of approximately $1.6 million dollars in disgorgement, post ... Read More
This is another conservative maneuver and is best used when you are willing to buy a stock at a lower price than the current price.
First you have to decide on the stock. Personally, I like Campbell Soup (CPB). It currently pays $1.16 a year for a yield of 3.74%. However, ... Read More
SEC Charges New York Businessman and Two Houston-area Firms with Conducting a Fraudulent $10 Million Note Offering
On August 10, 2011, the Securities and Exchange Commission ("Commission") filed suit in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas against Damian Omar Valdez of New York and two Houston-area ... Read More
COURT ENTERS FINAL JUDGMENT AGAINST DEFENDANT GLENN R. HARRIS
The Securities and Exchange Commission announced that on July 12, 2011, the Honorable Leonard D. Wexler of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York entered a final judgment on consent against Defendant Glenn R. Harris, a former ... Read More
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF MASSACHUSETTS ENTERED AMENDED FINAL JUDGMENT OF DISGORGEMENT, PREJUDGMENT INTEREST, AND CIVIL PENALTIES AGAINST DEFENDANTS CARL E. BINETTE AND PETER E. TALBOT.
The Securities and Exchange Commission announced on July 5, 2011, that the United States District Court for the ... Read More
Financial firms “must be vigilant in accurately describing the risks of the products they sell….” — Robert Khuzami, SEC Enforcement Chief
In January, 2011, three years after its supposedly safe YieldPlus bond fund plunged in value, Charles Schwab Corp. agreed to pay $119 million to settle a government lawsuit accusing it ... Read More