After meeting behind closed doors a few weeks ago, the Federal Reserve announced its latest monetary policy.
Britain’s biggest retailer faces a crisis situation two weeks after announcing that it overstated its first-half profit expectations by some £250-million.
One of the more distinctive business trends in recent months has been the surge of so-called corporate inversion transactions, in which a domestic U.S. company merges with a non-U.S. company, with the the successor company to be based in the foreign country in order to take advantage of a more favorable corporate tax regime.
Facebook and Twitter got an enormous amount of attention in recent years for their long-awaited IPOs, as was warranted. But when it came to bringing in the money, Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba blew the all away and raised $25 billion in the largest IPO in history.
On October 1, 2014, the CFPB staff and Federal Reserve Board co-hosted a webinar that addressed questions about the Final TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure Rule that will be effective for applications received by creditors or mortgage brokers on or after August 1, 2015.
As those in the search fund community are aware, finding the right investors for a fund is critical to its success. Equity sources bring more than their capital to the table; the best investors serve as experienced advisers and trusted mentors to search funders as they navigate the acquisition phase and beyond.
U.S. Supreme Court Invites Solicitor General’s Views On Whether Certiorari Should Be Granted in Case Involving Standing to Recover Statutory Damages Absent Any Actual Damages
Yesterday, the U.S. Supreme Court invited the Solicitor General to file a brief to express the Obama administration’s views on whether certiorari should be granted in a consumer case involving an important issue of statutory standing.
Recently, the SEC announced its largest whistleblower award to date − an expected award of $30-35 million − to be issued to a foreign resident. Notably, the award would have been even larger if the tipster had not unreasonably delayed in reporting the violations.
A September 29, 2014 Report of the Joint Federal Reserve/CFPB Office of the Inspector General (OIG) concluded that the CFPB’s rulemaking process generally complies with the requirements of Section 1100G of the Dodd-Frank legislation and offered only minor criticisms identifying potential improvements.