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AT&T to pay $6.25 million following SEC charges over disclosing nonpublic information

AT&T to pay $6.25 million following SEC charges over disclosing nonpublic information

AT&T Inc. (T) will pay $6.25 million to settle U.S. charges related to the company’s selective disclosure of material nonpublic information to research analysts, the Securities and Exchange Commission said Monday. AT&T agreed to pay the fine and settle the SEC’s charges without admitting or denying the allegations. The agency alleged that AT&T and three executives broke the rule known as Regulation Fair Disclosure in March 2016.