Policy advisor to Goldman Sachs and author of the 2002 book, Take on the Street: What Wall Street and Corporate America Don’t Want You to Know and What You Can Do to Fight Back; former chairman of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (1993-2001); senior adviser at the Carlyle Group
Federal Judge Jed Rakoff is still considering Citigroup's latest settlement of fraud charges brought by the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Nov. 14, 2011from Which Way, L.A.?
A federal judge is still considering Citigroup's latest settlement of fraud charges brought by the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Nov. 14, 2011from To the Point
Where were the regulators?
Dec. 30, 2008from Which Way, L.A.?
More than 500 people were arrested in downtown Los Angeles Friday night as demonstrations protesting police violence — including the recent killing of George Floyd — shifted into…
May. 30from News Stories
On this episode of Greater LA: As we adjust to the new normal, some parents are concerned their young kids may be getting too much screen time as distance learning takes hold.
May. 13from Greater LA
Demonstrators assembled in downtown Los Angeles Wednesday as part of national protests calling attention to the death of George Floyd, a Minneapolis black man killed by police officers…
May. 28from News Stories
Gov. Gavin Newsom revised California’s budget down to $203 billion Thursday as the coronavirus pandemic batters the state with record job losses and shortfalls.
May. 14from News Stories
A Los Angeles real estate consultant has agreed to plead guilty to a federal racketeering offense for participating in a “pay-to-play” schem e at LA City Hall.
May. 14from KCRW Features
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May. 20from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers
Over those three days, the sounds of police sirens, distant helicopters, bursting fireworks, and blasts of rubber bullets backdropped afternoons of cell phones buzzing with emergency…
Jun. 1from News Stories
Disease has thrived among dense populations since cities began. But COVID-19 is the worst example since 1918, and New York City is America’s primary victim.
May. 28from To the Point
Tech titans like Apple, Google and Facebook are about to get low-tech competition to help detect the novel coronavirus.
Jun. 1from To the Point