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A federal judge in Dallas is considering whether an insider-trading case against businessman Mark Cuban should be dismissed or move forward. Attorneys for Cuban and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission argued legal points before U.S. District Judge Sidney Fitzwater Tuesday.
Lawyers for Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban say they want an insider trading case against the billionaire entrepreneur dropped. A hearing is set for Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Dallas on a motion by Cuban's attorneys to dismiss a civil suit filed by the U.S.
An insider trading charge against Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban may never find its way into a criminal court, a lawyer familiar with the process said. Phil Stern, who has worked in enforcement for the Securities and Exchange Commission, said SEC charges are generally handled as criminal cases when they're viewed to be egregious in terms of the number of people affected or if there's something out of the ordinary. The fact that Cuban is a well-known public figure in and of itself wouldn't...
Copernic Inc., (the "Company"), (NASDAQ: CNIC), a leading software development company specializing in internet, desktop and mobile search products, today announced the availability of a new service called Copernic Online Backup.
Copernic Inc., (the "Company"), (NASDAQ: CNIC), a leading search software company, today unveiled the "Professional" version of its award-winning Copernic Desktop Search (CDS) product.
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