Benjamin Wey Sues NASDAQ, Adena Friedman For Lying to FBI, Fraud

Benjamin Wey Sues NASDAQ, Adena Friedman, 14 Defendants For Lying to FBI, Fraud

2018-04-10

Adena Friedman, 13 Other NASDAQ Defendants Sued for Lying to FBI, fraud ADENA FRIEDMAN, the ostentatious NASDAQ CEO may soon have to find another dark closet to hide her pile of cash. What’s taken place inside the burning NASDAQ “dog house” under Adena Friedman’s watch is just plain corporate greed that invites puking, according to […]

BENJAMIN WEY, wall street financier, CEO, journalist, New York Global Group

Financier Benjamin Wey Exonerated in Victory, Hires Plaintiffs Lawyers Seeking $1 Billion in Damages

2017-08-15

BENJAMIN WEY, an American financier and the CEO of private equity firm New York Global Group was exonerated of all charges in a landmark victory for citizens and businesses. On August 8, 2017, New York federal prosecutors dropped all allegations against Wall Street employer Benjamin Wey, who was falsely charged in 2015 for alleged securities law violations. This historic win created a new […]

Bogus SEC Fraud Charge Against Lawyer William Uchimoto Is A $30 Publicity Stunt

2016-03-08

Is the SEC Fraud Charge Against Lawyer Bill Uchimoto A $30 Publicity Stunt, Asian Scalp? THE LATEST UPDATES:  On March 27, 2017, a New York federal judge DISMISSED all SEC’s fabricated charges against American hero lawyer WILLIAM UCHIMOTO. The SEC regulatory rapists Derek Bentsen, Steven Susswein, Melissa Hodgman, Cheryl Crumpton were exposed as racists. On October […]

Chicago Stock Exchange Shatters Nasdaq Monopoly, Sold to Chinese

2016-02-11

Chicago Stock Exchange Sold to Chinese Investors, Shatters Nasdaq Monopoly The Chicago Stock Exchange said a Chinese investor group agreed to acquire it, giving the buyer entry into the intensely competitive U.S. equity market. The strategic move shatters the monopoly by the Nasdaq Stock Market, headed by the notorious Nasdaq General Counsel Ed Knight. Chongqing Casin […]

2016: eLong Becomes Latest Chinese Company to Go Private, Dumped Nasdaq Listing

2016-02-05

Nasdaq Listed eLong Becomes Latest Chinese Company to Go Private, Dumps the Nasdaq Listing In 2006, eLong has announced plans to delist from the Nasdaq. Cash deal values the company at $661 million Chinese mobile and online travel service provider eLong Inc. on Wednesday said it agreed to be taken private by its parent China E-dragon Holdings Ltd. […]

U.S.-Listed China Firms Dumped the NASDAQ, Hurry Home

2016-01-26

HONG KONG—Chinese companies that listed in the U.S. in recent years are suffering a continuing bout of homesickness. Many such companies—particularly from the technology, media and telecoms sector—are looking to go private and then later relist back home, hoping to benefit from higher valuations despite the sharp fall in stock markets there this summer and […]

FORBES MAGAZINE: In Rare Move, SEC Reverses Nasdaq’s Delisting Of Chinese Company

2013-08-02

In a landmark decision last month, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission reversed Nasdaq’s decision to delist a Chinese alternative energy company. The SEC determined that CleanTech Innovations had not intentionally withheld crucial information from Nasdaq. “[T]he record does not show that the specific grounds on which Nasdaq based its delisting decision exist in fact,” […]

Focus Media Holdings Abandons the NASDAQ Stock Market Amid Regulatory Abuses at the NASDAQ

2013-05-31

China’s largest display advertising company Focus Media Holdings (Nasdaq: FMCN) has successfully exited the NASDAQ Stock Market in a $3.8 billion acquisition advised by JP Morgan. The buyout is the largest China based company in history that has abandoned the NASDAQ Stock Market. Focus Media Holdings is an investment portfolio company of global investment firm […]

Focus Media Holdings Successfully Exited the NASDAQ Stock Market In a Record $3.8 Billion Acquisition

2013-05-30

Focus Media Holdings Successfully Exited the NASDAQ Stock Market In a Record $3.8 Billion Acquisition In May 2013, China’s largest display advertising company Focus Media Holdings (Nasdaq: FMCN) has successfully exited the NASDAQ Stock Market in a $3.8 billion acquisition advised by JP Morgan. The buyout is the largest China based company in history that […]

Stanford University Research: Chinese Reverse-Merger Firms Outperform U.S. Peers

2013-01-23

Chinese companies entering the U.S. stock market in the past decade through reverse mergers have outperformed U.S. companies that used the same route to list, belying reports by short sellers including Muddy Waters LLC, a Stanford University professor said. The track record of Muddy Waters founder Carson Block has been mixed, said Charles Lee, an […]