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  1. Why Phil Mickelson's SEC insider -trading deal was better than a hole-in-one

    In a unique case, Mr. Mickelson appears to have been given a sweetheart deal.

  2. UPDATE: Golfer Phil Mickelson charged with insider trading by the SEC

    UPDATE: Golfer Phil Mickelson charged with insider trading by the SEC

  3. Appeals Court Throws Out $1.27 Billion Penalty Against BofA -- 3rd Update

    Appeals Court Throws Out $1.27 Billion Penalty Against BofA -- 3rd Update

  4. Golfer Phil Mickelson profited almost $1M in Dean Foods insider -trading case: SEC

    The three-time Masters champion hasn't been accused of wrongdoing, but is named in the complaint involving Dean Foods Co. and gambler William “Billy” Walters.

  5. UPDATE: Golfer Phil Mickelson profited from Dean Foods insider trades, SEC says

    UPDATE: Golfer Phil Mickelson profited from Dean Foods insider trades, SEC says

  6. INVESTOR ALERT: The Law Offices of Vincent Wong Notifies Investors of Class Action Lawsuit Involving Amaya Inc. and a Lead Plaintiff Deadline of May 24, 2016

    INVESTOR ALERT: The Law Offices of Vincent Wong Notifies Investors of Class Action Lawsuit Involving Amaya Inc. and a Lead Plaintiff Deadline of May 24, 2016

  7. Ex-Merrill broker ordered to pay $1.4 million in insider trading case

    Gary Yin, who pleaded guilty to laundering a client's insider trading profits, must pay restitution to Merrill but avoids prison sentence.

  8. Former Morgan Stanley broker in Post-it notes insider trading case pleads guilty

    Traded on insider corporate tips he got from a middleman who showed him secret notes before chewing and swallowing them at New York's Grand Central Terminal.

  9. Ex-JPMorgan banker partnered with his dad in a multi-year insider -trading ring

    Breakfast with Benjamin The banker was caught sharing insider information with his dad, who then used golf jargon to try and disguise the scheme.

  10. Tipster who ate Post-it Notes in Grand Central avoids fine in insider -trading case

    In exchange for cooperating in SEC's ongoing case involving a former Morgan Stanley broker and a former law clerk, middleman Frank Tamayo will pay $1 million in ill-gotten gains, regulator says.

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