The SEC uses its new authority to take administrative action.
Senate subcommittee staff report faults OTS in Washington Mutual collapse.
The FTC may investigate Google’s practices after the company settles with the DOJ.
Corporate culture affects how antitrust regulators and judges perceive the actions of corporations.
The President reaches out to the business community in an effort to stake out a middle ground.
State and federal policymakers are scrutinizing regulations for the costs they may impose on the recovering economy.
Law gives regulators more responsibility, so agencies need to keep new regulations simple and find ways to attract talented staff.
Two clinical testing laboratories may now merge after judges reject the FTC’s arguments for blocking the merger.
Federal Reserve issues a new rule to protect consumers from unfair mortgage practices.
Yogurt producer pays $21 million to states following investigation of product health claims.
University of Pennsylvania professors discuss extensive financial reform legislation.
New book suggests ways to maintain consumer safety in a globalized world.