Ex-Sodastream CEO Suspected of Insider Trading
Daniel Birnbaum, now Sodastream's chairman, allegedly tipped off an associate in advance of the Israeli company's takeover by PepsiCo.
Ex-Illumina Accountant Accused of Insider Trading
Martha Bustos allegedly passed on tips about the biotech firm's quarterly results to a close friend as part of a $6 million scam.
SEC Freezes Assets in Anadarko Trading Probe
Unknown traders allegedly stand to make $2.5 million in illicit profits from options trading ahead of Chevron's takeover bid for Anadarko Petroleum.
SeaWorld Attorney Charged with Insider Trading
Associate general counsel Paul Powers traded on nonpublic information that SeaWorld's earnings would exceed expectations.
At Apple, the Fox Was Minding the Henhouse
Apple’s former global head of corporate law is charged by the SEC with insider trading.
Teladoc CFO Resigns Amid Sex Scandal
An investor class action alleges the telemedicine company failed to disclose Mark Hirschhorn's "inappropriate relationship" with a subordinate.
IT Consultant Accused of Insider Trading
The SEC says the contractor used his access to an investment bank's deal management system to make $600,000 in illicit profits with relatives.
Ex-Heartland CEO Charged With Insider Trading
Robert Carr and his girlfriend allegedly made more than $250,000 after he tipped her off to a takeover of Heartland Payment Systems.
Ratings Analyst Accused of Insider Trading
The SEC says two friends of the analyst made nearly $300,000 in illicit profits on tips he gave them about a client's impending acquisition.
Goldman Exec Charged With Insider Trading
A Goldman Sachs vice president of investment banking repeatedly used his access to confidential client information to place illegal trades, alleges the SEC.
SEC Discloses 2016 Hack of EDGAR System
The commission says cybercriminals obtained access to nonpublic information and may have used it to make illicit trades.