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Credit Suisse Plans to Announce Exit of CEO Thomas Gottstein, WSJ Says
Gig-Economy ETF Rebrands as BYOB in Bid to Gain Attention
Meta Hikes VR Headset Prices About $100 as Production Costs Grow
Why a Primary Listing in Hong Kong Matters for Alibaba, BiliBili
Shopify Will Cut 10% of Its Staff, With Most Workers Gone by Day’s End
Chicago Leans on Diversity in Bid for 2024 Democratic Convention
Pelosi’s Peers Say Don’t Cave to China Over Potential Taiwan Stop
Evergrande’s Latest Threat: A Millennial Seeking Its Wind Down
World’s Richest Family Loses $13 Billion in Walmart Rout
Review: Great Voice Cast Anchors ‘DC League of Super-Pets’
What a Jeweler Can Create With 117 Diamonds and 48 Rubellites
Sneaky Shrinkflation Is Driving People Crazy
3M’s Headaches Won’t Vanish With New Maneuvers
Crypto Breaks the Rules. That’s the Point.
Coinbase Promised Empowerment While Pushing Questionable Assets
How a Sextortion Victim Hacked Back and Put Her Attacker in Jail
Hong Kong’s Fix for China’s Mortgage Boycotts
Google Asked to Prove It’s Not Suppressing Anti-Abortion Search Results
Texas Lawyer Behind Abortion Ban Takes Aim at HIV Prevention
Solar’s Surging US Job Market Leaves Women and Black Workers Behind
Crews Make Progress Against Destructive Fire Near Yosemite
US Is Having Its Hottest Summer Ever Based on One Energy Metric
These Are the Most Expensive US Cities for Renters, With Some Prices Up 41%
Behind a Billion-Dollar Bid to Save Lower Manhattan
San Francisco Races Clock for Comeback With Tech Gloom Deepening
Kirkland & Ellis Is the Go-To Law Firm for Crypto Bankruptcies
Cryptocurrencies Slump While US Regulatory Scrutiny Increases
Coinbase Faces SEC Probe on Crypto Listings; Shares Tumble

Coinbase Global Inc. is facing a US probe into whether it improperly let Americans trade digital assets that should have been registered as securities, according to three people familiar with the matter. The company’s shares dropped as much as 9.2%.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission’s scrutiny of Coinbase has increased since the platform expanded the number of tokens in which it offers trading, said two of the people, who asked not to be named because the inquiry hasn’t been disclosed publicly. The probe by the SEC’s enforcement unit predates the agency’s investigation into an alleged insider trading scheme that led the regulator last week to sue a former Coinbase manager and two other people. 


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