Another ex-day trader pleads guilty in multimillion-dollar insider trading ring

A former day-trader admitted to making more than $760,00 as part of a ring that stole confidential information from investment banks and their clients so they could trade on the information, federal authorities said. Joseph Spera, 56, of Boca Raton, Florida, pleaded guilty on Monday to one count of conspiracy securities fraud and one count of… Please follow and like us:

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Mick Mulvaney seeks more Trump appointees to help him ‘refocus’ consumer bureau

Interim Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Mick Mulvaney said Thursday that he wants to bring more Trump political appointees on board at the agency as he pores over its books and considers halting dozens of pending cases targeting businesses. “We’re trying to get help over here,” Mr. Mulvaney told The Washington Times in an interview. “It’s… Please follow and like us:

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Report: Jones requests a league meeting to discuss Goodell’s contract extension

FRISCO, Texas — Dallas Cowboys is not backing down on his attempt to block a contract extension for NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, despite “threats of retaliation” from other NFL owners. Jones on Thursday requested a special league meeting to discuss Goodell’s contract extension negotiations, according to the Wall Street Journal. According to the report, Jones sent… Please follow and like us:

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AT&T says it would go to court to preserve Time Warner deal

AT&T is gearing up for a potential legal battle with the government over the company’s planned takeover of Time Warner, Randall Stephenson, the A&TT CEO said Thursday. Stephenson also said AT&T has no intention of selling CNN as part of the deal. His comments came just one day after news broke that the U.S. Justice Department… Please follow and like us:

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NFL confirms Jerry Jones threatened lawsuit against league

FRISCO, Texas — NFL vice president Joe Lockhart confirmed on Thursday that Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has threatened to sue the league in hopes of blocking a planned contract extension for Commissioner Roger Goodell. Lockhart said the threatened litigation is why Jones was removed from the compensation committee working on the Goodell extension. He said… Please follow and like us:

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