Insiders with a Curious Edge

How corporate executives seem to be violating the spirit, if not the letter, of a rule meant to prevent insider trading

The confusion over corporate executives trading on inside information never seems to go away. In 2000 the Securities & Exchange Commission came up with a way to remove the guesswork over when it's legal to trade and when it's not. But a raft of recent trades by executives suggests the plan might not be the cure-all that was hoped for.

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