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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
How do the blind watch the Olympics? NBC helps them hear it STAMFORD, Conn. (AP) — Two people deep inside a Connecticut office park are helping millions of blind Americans enjoy the Olympics like never before. For the first time in the U.S., NBC is airing the Olympics in prime time with additional
Hedge-Fund Manager Cohen Settles With US Commodities Agency
Billionaire hedge-fund manager Steven A. Cohen agrees to stay away from commodities business in deal with US agency
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
The pleasure and pain of our brains and sports
In their new book " This is Your Brain on Sports ," L. Jon Wertheim and Sam Sommers challenge conventional wisdom, uncover the hidden influences in sports and use reams of data to investigate questions that tug at every fan. Why are rivalries so important? Why are quarterbacks so damn good looking?
Peter Schweizer on 'Clinton Cash'
The author discusses his controversial new book on the Clinton Foundation's finances.
'This Week' Transcript: 'Clinton Cash’ Author Peter Schweizer
This is a rush transcript for April 26, 2015. It will be updated and may contain errors. GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS, HOST: And the author of "Clinton Clash," Peter Schweizer, joins us now. Thank you for joining us this morning, Peter. You know, I was looking at the book jacket right here and you say
Phil Mickelson, Carl Icahn Investigated In Insider Trading Case
FBI, SEC look into investments made by golf champion around the time Icahn launched takeover bid for Clorox.
Dennis Kozlowski's Life After Prison
How closely will the after-prison life of Dennis Kozlowski , former CEO of Tyco International, follow that of other famous white-collar criminals, including Michael Milken, Conrad Black, Joseph Nacchio and Martha Stewart? Kozlowski, now on parole, will officially be released from prison January 17,