Southern Co. says the U.S. Securities and Exchange has ended its securities fraud investigation into whether the utility misled investors about progress at a Mississippi power plant and won't recommend any enforcement action against the company.
California regulators rejected a request from a San Diego utility to force customers to shoulder $379 million in costs from three deadly blazes ignited by power lines in 2007 in a decision seen as possibly precedent-setting.
Former Equifax CEO Richard Smith appeared before a House committee on Tuesday to testify about the data breach that has now impacted Americans. He apologized for the company's mistakes and talked about how its taking steps to prevent the same issue from happening again.
Ex-Equifax CEO: Data security is a national security problem
The Miami Hurricanes enter the field to play in the ACC Championship
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Heat’s Dion Waiters talks about facing Golden State