All Reg FD articles

  • AT&T

    AT&T to pay record $6.25M in Reg FD case


    AT&T agreed to pay $6.25 million as part of a settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission addressing allegations three of its executives fed sensitive financial information to Wall Street research analysts and not investors.

  • SECDisclosures

    TherapeuticsMD to pay $200K for Reg FD violations


    Pharmaceutical company TherapeuticsMD agreed to pay a $200,000 penalty to resolve charges brought by the SEC for Reg FD violations. The case imparts some compliance lessons.

  • Article

    The many compliance lessons of Tesla


    One simple tweet from Tesla’s outspoken founder speaks to volumes of compliance and regulatory concerns.

  • Blog

    Blockbuster Mergers Prompt 'Tweet' Disclosures


    “Safe, not sorry” is the approach companies currently involved in multi-billion dollar mergers are taking to their disclosures of social media communications to the Securities and Exchange Commission. Insurance giants Aetna and Humana, in the midst of a $37 billion deal, and Charter Communications(merging with Time Warner Cable), have disclosed ...

  • Blog

    iSpoke Too Soon: Apple CEO in Reg FD Flap


    Image: That pesky Regulation Fair Disclosure has ensnared yet another high-profile CEO. This time, it’s Apple’s Tim Cook (left) who could come under SEC scrutiny for over-sharing company information. Pundits on Tuesday were questioning whether the Commission could sanction Cook for e-mailing CNBC host Jim Cramer about sales in China. ...

  • Blog

    Study: Social Media Befuddles Compliance


    The average Fortune 100 firm has approximately 320 social media accounts and engages with more than 210,000 “followers” annually. The problem, according to a new study, is that the pace, scale, and informal culture of corporate social media creates regulatory risks that go beyond the traditional skill set of compliance ...