keep stealing piker, and posting ,, we can only help your family member needs help one day,, enjoy when they suffer you can be real proud maybe give them a $100 bill so if there is a cover charge in the after life they can get in..
lack of news? that is how a short steals no news sell, its a joke until someone needs help and they need this company or some other to save their life. amazing
very easy to see,, they shorted into big run up on volume, and now will take advantage of time and drive it down and POST 24/7 that company is no good. welcome to Fraud St
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - An anonymous tipster living abroad will be receiving more than $30 million, in the largest whistleblower award ever doled out by U.S. securities regulators as part of a program that aims to incentivize insiders to report wrongdoing.
The Securities and Exchange Commission said on Monday that the whistleblower provided crucial information that helped investigators uncover a "difficult to detect" ongoing fraud.
The Justice Department went on a bit of a charm offensive last week to emphasize to the public that prosecutions for corporate misconduct should not end with just a settlement with the company, which these days usually means paying a hefty fine that causes its stock price to rise. Instead, prosecutors want to focus on reaching individuals within an organization who are responsible for the wrongdoing, including those in the so-called C-suite, where senior officers preside over the operation.
pattern is as old as time.. rather see the money in investors hands then these thugs
with a nice loss,, Aldo and his crew is the correct answer
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is that hows its done. I thought the shorts had all the ideas they are doctors and crooks all in the same day and Fraudstien the real estate broker they know all
Read about what Glaxo did
GlaxoSmithKline said a Chinese court found its subsidiary in the country guilty of bribery, and fined the company close to $491.5 million, in what Chinese state media said was the largest ever corporate fine