In Flip-Flop, NYSE Will Delist 3 Chinese Companies After All

The New York Stock Exchange is going ahead with plans to delist shares of three Chinese state-owned phone carriers under an executive order from President Donald Trump, reversing course just days after saying they wouldn’t be delisted.

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Shareholders Claim SolarWinds Failed to Disclose Info About Massive Hack

Shareholders of Austin-based software firm SolarWinds claim in a federal class action lawsuit filed Monday that management misled investors by failing to disclose in public filings software vulnerabilities that ultimately led to a massive hack that affected over 18,000 private and government clients.

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Justices Struggle With Fannie-Freddie Case Hinged on Presidential Powers

In many ways echoing last year’s Consumer Financial Protection Bureau challenge, shareholders of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac took on the authority of the federal agency that oversees the mortgage giants Wednesday in a Supreme Court battle implicating billions of dollars.

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Before Stock Trades, Georgia Senator Faced Scrutiny Over Dollar General Sale

Lawsuits filed in Tennessee accused then-CEO David Perdue and the rest of Dollar General’s board of directors of breaching their fiduciary duties to shareholders, failing to disclose details about the deal and placing their personal interests ahead of those who held stock in the company.

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Isley Brothers Royalties

The pioneer of Pullman Bonds, which are tradable securities backed by future royalties to musical recordings and compositions, claims in a federal complaint that the Isley Brothers sold rights to their songs behind their back after Pullman had negotiated exclusive rights to the songs in the late ’90s to save the band and its members from financial ruin.

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