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  • Corporate Insiders Trade In Their Own Securities
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    Insider Trading " Insider trading' is a term that most investors have heard and usually associate with illegal conduct. But the term actually includes both legal and illegal conduct. The legal version is when corporate insiders-officers, directors, and employees-buy and sell stock in their own companies. When corporate insiders trade in their own securities, they must report their trades to the SEC. For more information about this type of insider trading and the reports insiders must file, pleas...
  • Apple's Trade Secrets
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    Apple has two lawsuits pending that involve rumor-tracking Web sites. In Apple Computer vs. Doe No. 1, et al. (or Apple vs. Does for short), the company is suing up to 25 unnamed individuals for misappropriation of trade secrets-specifically, leaking Apple's confidential information about an unreleased audio product code-named "Asteroid" to Think Secret, Apple Insider, and Jason O'Grady's Power Page. As part of the discovery process, Apple obtained subpoenas for all three sites for any and all i...
  • Insider Information
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    Insider Trading Article 1. What is Jeffery Archer accused of? Jeffery Archer is accused of insider trading with the shares of Anglia TV. Jeffery bought shares for the "inside information" of the companies dealing account, the day after the last board meeting but before the bid was announced. He should have known that even if he found out insider information from his wife the law makes it clear that he cannot deal or trade with that stock. It would be considered unfair to the rest of the sharehol...
  • Insider Trading And The Stock Market
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    The Stock Market is an organized market for the trading of stocks and bonds. In Europe a stock exchange is often called a bourse. Stock exchanges exist in all-important financial centers of the world. Members of an exchange buy and sell for themselves or for others, charging commissions. A stock may be traded only if it is listed on an exchange after having met certain requirements. The New York Stock Exchange (founded 1790) is the largest in the U.S., handling more than 70% (in market value) of...
  • Telecommunications Trade Within Apec
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    Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) began in 1989 in reaction to the developing interdependence among Asia-Pacific economies. At first this organization was a group that met unofficially. APEC now has become the crucial provincial conduit for encouraging open trade and realistic economic cooperation. It's objective is to progress Asia-Pacific economic vitality and the essence of the people. APEC consists of 21 nations and other political units that border the Pacific Ocean. Economic and pol...
  • Information Regarding The Insider
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    Insider Trading In our economic economy today, we have gotten a few high profile cases were people have tried to make money by using illegal tactics, and these are illegal tactics are based on the insider information. These high profile cases were on Martha Stewart and President George W. Bush. This is why I chose to write my paper on what exactly "Insider Trading" is. Insider trading has to do with stocks, on the stock market. The stock market is basically an organized place where stocks and bo...
  • Insider Trading Martha Stewart
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    Insider Trading Martha Stewart, the countries top icon for homemaking has been in the eye of the public since June 2002, but not for her craftiness or culinary abilities. Stewart instead has the spotlight on her for crimes of insider trading. A tip from her former broker Peter E. Bacanovic, persuaded her into selling her IMClone stock after sharing information about a close friend of Stewart's getting rid of his shares. Stewart's companion, Sam Waksal, was also the chief executive of IMClone Sys...
  • Online Trading Website
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    Introduction Primus Securities is an online trading company. The purpose of this paper is to review the decisions that must be made to launch and maintain an online trading company. Hardware is the first element addressed; servers, system memory, and hosting decisions will be reviewed. The second portion is software and includes items such as design, security and data storage. To make the web site available to customers, connectivity issues and options will be examined. A comparison to sites suc...
  • Online Brokerage Firm
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    What regulatory issues does the brokerage industry face with respect to the retail investor and the advent of online securities trading Introduction The number of securities trades conducted online has taken a dramatic increase in recent years, rising from under 100,000 trades per day in 1996 to over half a million in 19991. The SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) expects the level of online brokerage assets to rise to $3 trillion dollars by the year 2003, from a meager $415 billion in 1998...

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