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  • Investment firm hurt by Valeant stake says CEO is retiring

    The CEO of a firm with the largest stake in troubled Valeant Pharmaceuticals is retiring after punishing losses due to that investment.

  • Valley man denies SEC fraud charge

    A Spokane Valley businessman is fighting aggressively against federal accusations that he duped investors with claims of huge financial gains and instead spent thousands on vacations, gifts and gambling. Daniel …

  • Alleged Ponzi scheme in Spokane leaves lives shattered

    Hundreds of investors victimized in an alleged Spokane-based Ponzi scheme are now being sued by bankruptcy officials attempting to unravel the complicated case of Little Loan Shoppe. Some investors call …

  • Editorial: SEC needs to fix law’s onerous impact on civic volunteers

    “This law (the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act) creates a new, more effective regulatory structure, fills a host of regulatory gaps, brings greater public transparency and market …

  • Library trustees seek exemption from SEC requirement

    As part of its plan to prevent another economic meltdown, the federal government is cracking down on library trustees. Spokane County Library District trustees recently joined library boards around the …

  • Mining company claims settled

    A small North Idaho mining company and a former executive have settled a series of stock fraud allegations brought by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Federal investigators accused penny …

  • SEC says Spokane County man scammed investors

    A Spokane County man has been accused of running an Internet-based Ponzi scheme that lured about 200 investors with promises of easy money on what turned out to be a …

  • SEC chief blames his staff in Madoff case

    WASHINGTON – Securities and Exchange Commission chairman Christopher Cox said Tuesday his agency repeatedly failed for at least a decade to pursue allegations of wrongdoing by Wall Street figure Bernard …



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