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NEW YORK, June 2- Questions about how to apply securities law to activist investors could complicate any potential insider trading case against billionaire Carl Icahn, pro-golfer Phil Mickelson and Las Vegas gambler William Walters, legal experts said.
Days before billionaire investor Carl Icahn launched a $12.6 billion bid to buy Clorox in 2011, one or more investors placed some very large and well-timed bets.
Golfer Phil Mickelson said Saturday that he had not broken the law and has cooperated with federal investigators.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn, golfer Phil Mickelson and gambler William Walters are under investigation for possible insider trading, Reuters reported.
The FBI and securities regulators are investigating Carl Icahn, golfer Phil Mickelson and gambler Billy Walters, the WSJ and NYT reported.
NEW YORK, May 30- The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Securities and Exchange Commission are investigating possible insider trading involving billionaire investor Carl Icahn, golfer Phil Mickelson and Las Vegas gambler William Walters, a source familiar with the matter said.
They say sex sells. But apparently nobody told Wall Street.
Stocks closed out April with a bang and many watchers believe this is not the year to sell in May.
Citigroup founder and philanthropist Sandy Weill said that young entrepreneurs and executives should start giving to charity as early as possible.
Investors will navigate a Fed meeting, an earnings flood, and significant economic data, but traders agree global tensions will continue to dominate the market.
In a bad tape, Jim Cramer likes to identify stocks that buck the trend and rally. The stocks that rallied on Monday, however, can seem kind of scary.
Big dividend staple stocks have attracted investors with their bond-like characteristics. Now, they are showing their dark side.
Confused by the price action in Wednesday’s market? Jim Cramer sorts it out.
Discussing the impact of the weather on the consumer and the overall state of consumer confidence, with Donald Knauss, Clorox chairman & CEO. Knauss also explains how his company dealt with activist investor Carl Icahn.
US multinational companies are dealing with an increasingly big headache when it comes to sales and profits: currencies.
For the moment, the markets are a bit calmer. Asia was weak overnight, but U.S. stocks opened in positive territory.
Weak U.S. manufacturing data sent stocks into a tailspin and signaled to some that the correction in stocks could be deeper than expected.
Traders await Friday's jobs report and watch emerging markets to see if the selloff can be contained.
Cramer believes there’s always opportunity in the market. You simply have to know where to look.
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