Equifax stock sales prompt DOJ investigation for insider trading
Three officials sold $1.8 million in shares after the company learned of the security breach.
Justice Department takes aim at Hurricane Harvey scammers
Around a dozen agencies are working together to take down illegal activity.
Twitter hides daily user numbers to avoid Facebook comparisons
It won't even reveal its figures to the SEC.
SEC rejects Winklevoss twins' plan to trade Bitcoin as stock
Another setback in the cryptocurrency’s attempts to go mainstream.
Snapchat's cavalier attitude draws the eye of Wall Street watchdogs
Not offering voting rights to common shareholders is raising a red flag.
Verizon will pay $350 million less for Yahoo
The carrier also agrees to pay 50 percent of some financial damages resulting from past security breaches.
Tesla drops 'Motors' from its name
You probably just called it Tesla anyway.
SEC probes Yahoo's response to billion-user hack
Regulators will look into if the two year delay before announcing misled investors.
Yahoo admits some staff knew of 2014 hack
The company says people were aware that a 'state-sponsored actor' accessed its networks before its 2016 disclosure.