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    1. Elon Musk's Tesla Tweets Could Spark a Fight With the Sec | Wired

      Elon Musk's Tesla Tweets Could Spark a Fight With the Sec | Wired

      Elon Musk and His Fight With the SEC For the SEC—which, like many enforcement agencies, enjoys making headlines with shows of force—investigating Elon Musk's tweet about taking Tesla private could be an easy win. Joshua Lott/Getty Images UPDATE: On Wednesday, August 15, the Fox Business Network reported that Tesla received subpoenas from the US Securities and Exchange Commission. The Wall Street Journal and New York Times later confirmed the reports.

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    2. New SEC Rule Could Make Life Awkward for CEOs

      New SEC Rule Could Make Life Awkward for CEOs

      The SEC has adopted a rule that requires public companies to publish the ratio of their CEOs’ pay to employees’ median pay, a move that will undoubtedly spur lots of uncomfortable conversations about the ever-growing compensation gap in the US. Fifty years ago, the ratio of CEO-to-worker pay was around 20-to-1, according to the Economic Policy Institute. In 2013, it was 295.1-to-1. This rule is a potential step toward containing the further growth of that gulf...

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