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Fake SEC report highlights threat to markets

NYSSA SmartBrief | Mar 23, 2017

A hoax report to the Securities and Exchange Commission, filed by a little-known artist that his company had been acquired by Google parent Alphabet and made him the world's richest man worth $3.6 trillion, has highlighted a fundamental flaw in the SEC reporting process. The SEC accepts reports filed online without question, which raises concerns over the possibility of fraud. Bloomberg (03/22)


Bank exec, philanthropist Rockefeller dies at 101

NYSSA SmartBrief | Mar 21, 2017

Hedge fund closures accelerated last year

NYSSA SmartBrief | Mar 20, 2017

De Blasio walks out on news conference

NYSSA SmartBrief | Mar 24, 2017

Arrival at Penn Station becomes unpleasant

NYSSA SmartBrief | Mar 21, 2017

US stocks experience steepest fall since Oct.

NYSSA SmartBrief | Mar 22, 2017

SEC votes to shorten stock, bond settlement cycle to 2 days

NYSSA SmartBrief | Mar 23, 2017

New breed of MBS comes to market

NYSSA SmartBrief | Mar 21, 2017

Report: Organized crime big part of NJ recycling business

NYSSA SmartBrief | Mar 23, 2017

N.Y. cybersecurity rules might become template

NYSSA SmartBrief | Mar 22, 2017


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