Government agency cautions about the use of cryptocurrencies, saying they’re more likely to be used by “fraudsters to perpetrate fraudulent investment schemes.”
The social network disclosed that selling trending topics to advertisers doesn't move the needle all that much.
After being accused of selling his stake in Mamma.com based on confidential information, the billionaire investor is cleared of the government's charges.
The technology giant brushed off claims it had the "Holy Grail of tax avoidance" by senior US politicians. Now the US Securities and Exchange Commission has the company's back.
Social network managed to keep its IPO papers under wraps for nearly two months under provisions of the JOBS Act, sources tell AllThingsD's Kara Swisher.
The SEC has decided that it will not initiate enforcement action against Sprint after a nearly year-long investigation.
"Fraudsters are not beyond the reach of the SEC just because they use...virtual currency to mislead investors and violate federal securities laws," the SEC says, as it files charges against a Texas man.
In an effort to boost the presence and tradability of the digital currency, the twins who accused Mark Zuckerberg of stealing the idea for Facebook file for a "Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust."
Maybe Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff was right in saying that Facebook should have gone public on the New York Stock Exchange.
Mark Zuckerberg's big-spending ways have slowed the process, but Facebook's bankers are hoping for the SEC's blessing this week.