The SEC accused a former Microsoft employee of profiting from stock trades before key public announcements, such as a drop in Windows revenue and the Nokia acquisition in 2013.
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King Digital, the company behind the popular online game 'Candy Crush Saga', soon plans to debut in the U.S stock market with an IPO which some analysts say could value the company at $5 billion.
BlackBerry may go private in the near future. The tech company has reportedly discussed in its private meetings the idea of retreating from the stock market and working out of sight
AAPL shares today dipped below $400 for the first time since 2011, with $21.8 billion shaved off their market valuation. With plummeting stock prices, can the company recover in the coming months?
A new report reveals Microsoft sold 20 percent of its shares in Facebook at the company's IPO. By selling 20 percent of its shares, Microsoft made more money than all its shares cost in 2007.
Best Buy founder Richard Schulze has submitted a proposal to purchase outstanding Best Buy stock for $24 to $26, a significant premium for shares that are currently trading for $17.64.
Facebook's stock prices reached an all-time low on Tuesday's trading, having declined 43% since their initial availability in May. Stocks were trading at just over $20 on the markets during the day.
The first lawsuit alleging insider trading has been filed against Zynga. The suit alleges that insiders at the company had prior knowledge of poor results and sold shares at higher prices.