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The Securities and Exchange Commission previously filed a civil lawsuit against DeCinces that was settled last year when the former major leaguer agreed to pay $2.5 million. In the lawsuit, federal authorities named James Mazzo, Advanced Medical's former CEO, as the person who told DeCinces about the pending deal.
Mazzo is a senior vice president at Abbott and is not facing criminal charges. In August, in response to the SEC lawsuit, Mazzo's attorney said his client would be fully exonerated after a review of the evidence.
#12 - trolling?
i have likely told this story before but my ex son in law told me about a company in early 1998(?) that was doing some interesting cancer research and when i checked them out it looked intriguing and the price was i think a buck or so a share so i purchased a boatload.
In my job where I have access to a lot of inside information, I am periodically (usually after announcement of a transaction) asked by the SEC to look at lists of people or entities and identify those which I know.
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