SEC Charges Golfing Buddies With Insider TradingMark Melin
In what is likely the more expensive rounds of golf, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) today charged a group of friends, most of them golfing buddies at a country club, typically a tight knit circle, who made more than $554,000 of illegal profits from trading on inside information gleaned within the sanctuary of the golf course.
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