Tag Archives: Citigroup

Over there is where the Occupy camp used to be

Robert Scheer links the Occupy movement to the fight against the sort of corruption embodied by the SEC: … As Judge [Jed] Rakoff stated, the Securities and Exchange Commission has charged Citigroup with “a substantial securities fraud” in the sale … Continue reading

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NYT, WSJ: SEC is in a quandary, not corrupt

In applauding the smackdown of the Securities and Exchange Commission regarding its $285 million penalty against Citigroup, Matt Taibbi wrote, “The [Judge Jed] Rakoff ruling shines a light on the way these crappy settlements have evolved into a kind of … Continue reading

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Federal judge to SEC: Do your job!

Maybe the SEC hasn’t done a better job of policing Wall Street and protecting investors from fraud because the SEC itself is a fraud: A federal judge Wednesday challenged the SEC’s plan to settle a fraud case against Citigroup for … Continue reading

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