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    1. SEC Charges Gas Exploration and Production Company and Former CEO with Failing to Disclose Executive Perks

      SEC Charges Gas Exploration and Production Company and Former CEO with Failing to Disclose Executive Perks

      SEC announced settled charges against an Oklahoma-based gas exploration and production company, Gulfport Energy Corporation, and its former CEO, Michael G. Moore, for failing to properly disclose as compensation certain perks provided to Moore, as well as failing to disclose certain related person transactions...

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    2. SEC Charges Hospitality Company for Failing to Disclose Executive Perks

      SEC Charges Hospitality Company for Failing to Disclose Executive Perks

      ...announced settled charges against Virginia-based hospitality company Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc. for failing to fully disclose perquisites and personal benefits provided to executive officers. The action was generated by the Division of Enforcement’s use of risk-based data analytics to uncover potential violations related to corporate perquisites...

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    3. SEC Awards Half-Million Dollars to Overseas Whistleblower

      SEC Awards Half-Million Dollars to Overseas Whistleblower

      SEC Awards Half-Million Dollars to Overseas Whistleblower 138 23, announced a half-million dollar award to an overseas whistleblower whose expeditious reporting helped the Commission bring a successful enforcement action. “The Commission’s whistleblower award program has reached an important milestone,” said Jane Norberg, Chief of the SEC’s Office of the Whistleblower...

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    4. SEC Adopts Jobs Act Amendments to Help Entrepreneurs and Investors

      SEC Adopts Jobs Act Amendments to Help Entrepreneurs and Investors

      SEC Adopts Jobs Act Amendments to Help Entrepreneurs and Investors 78 Washington D.C., April 5, that it has adopted amendments to increase the amount of money companies can raise through crowdfunding to adjust for inflation. It also approved amendments that adjust for inflation a threshold used to determine eligibility for benefits offered to “emerging growth companies” (EGCs) under the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act...

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    5. Resignation Letter To the Board of Brightcove

      Resignation Letter To the Board of Brightcove

      There was a fascinating letter last week from Chet Kapoor of Tenzing Global -- resigning from the Board of Directors of Brightcove (NASDAQ: BCOV).  Tenzing Global is an investment advisory firm in San Francisco.  Here is just part of what Mr. Kapoor said in his scathing letter to fellow board members:

      "Lively debate on a board can be a healthy and productive means of vetting important issues through inquiry and research, critical questioning, and building consensus that sets the optimal course for a company. Unfortunately, as it currently stands, no such process exists on the Board and attempts at discourse on ...

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    6. “Focusing the Lens of Disclosure to Set the Path Forward on Board Diversity, Non-GAAP, and Sustainability”

      “Focusing the Lens of Disclosure to Set the Path Forward on Board Diversity, Non-GAAP, and Sustainability”

      “Focusing the Lens of Disclosure to Set the Path Forward on Board Diversity, Non-GAAP, and Sustainability” SEC Chair Mary Jo White Keynote Address via videoconference International Corporate Governance Network Annual Conference San Francisco, California June 27, 2016 Thank you, Anne [Sheehan] for that generous introduction, for your leadership on the SEC’s Investor Advisory Committee and, most importantly, for championing the interests of investors for so many years......

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    7. SEC Names Robert Fisher as Deputy Director in Office of International Affairs

      FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 2012-6 Washington, D.C., Jan. 12, 2012 – The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced that Robert M. Fisher has been named a Deputy Director in the SEC’s Office of International Affairs. Dr. Fisher, who earned his Ph. D. in economics from Duke University, joined the SEC staff in 2002 as a financial economist in the Office of Economic Analysis. He later became an Assistant Director in the Office of International Affairs, where he has been responsible for the SEC’s

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