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SEC: Phil Mickelson made almost $1M on insider trade, not criminally charged
The Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday alleged that golfer Phil Mickelson made $931,000 after purchasing stock on an insider trading tip from sports gambler Billy Walters and then used some of the money to pay back Walters, to whom he allegedly owed money. The SEC on Thursday said
Professional Golfer Accused of Making Approximately $1 Million in Insider Trading
Officials say PGA star Phil Mickelson will pay back more than $1 million he allegedly earned from a stock tip.
Phil Mickelson not charged by SEC after allegedly profiting off insider stock tip
The Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday alleged golfer Phil Mickelson made $931,000 after purchasing stock on an insider trading tip from noted sports gambler Billy Walters and then used some of the money to pay back Walters, to whom he allegedly owed money. As part of the alleged
Phil Mickelson reportedly cleared
One investigation down, one to go for Phil Mickelson . No evidence was found that Mickelson was involved in questionable stock trading in shares of Clorox, multiple sources told the New York Times. Mickelson remains under investigation over well-timed trades involving Dean Foods stock that netted
Time for Romney-Style Binders? Corporate Women Lag Behind
Mitt Romney may have introduced “binder full of women” into the lexicon, but a group working to promote women in business is proposing its own binder full of women in conjunction with its release on the latest, dismal numbers on women at the top of...
California PTA Moms Accused of Collecting $14 Million in Alleged Ponzi Scheme
Three former PTA members in California have been accused of running an alleged Ponzi scheme defrauding more than 30 people, many of whom they met at school functions, in the span of two years. Maricela Barajas, 41, Juliana Menefee, 50, and Eva Perez, 51, were former members of the Armstrong
Despite market rally, several stocks have posted big losses
Q: What would have been the best way to destroy a $1 million fortune by investing in stocks over the past two years? A: History remembers the winners, but the losers are forgotten. It's not hard to find reports of investors who made a bundle buying the right stocks at the right time as the market
The Chocolate Milk Debate
Now to a story that caught all right in the Washington Post on the debate over chocolate milk in public schools. Some have banned the drink because got too much sugar and fat but others are experimenting with new healthy versions. So Deborah Roberts try to find out if kids will drink them. It was
Some investors have bull market blues
Most investors love a raging bull market. But for some investors who bet on the wrong stocks two years ago, the current rally is a painful reminder of how it feels to get left out. They are the ones with the bull market blues. Since the stock market hit rock bottom on March 9, 2009, nearly every
Are Milk Prices Too Low?
Shoppers Love Low Milk Prices but It Could Mean Disaster for Thousands of Farmers