Mark Cuban, the billionaire owner of a professional basketball team, TV network and art-house movie theater chain, said he doesn’t recall details of a conversation in which the U.S. claims he was warned that information he received about a company was confidential.
Mark Cuban’s “desire to win, that competitive edge that makes him successful,” led the billionaire owner of the Dallas Mavericks to illegally sell stock on an insider tip, a U.S. lawyer told a federal jury.
Mark Cuban, the billionaire owner of the Dallas Mavericks, can’t argue the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s insider-trading case against him is mostly barred because the agency investigated him in an improper manner, a judge ruled.
Mark Cuban sold his stock in a Canadian Internet search business because he didn’t want to be a loser, a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission lawyer told a jury at the start of the billionaire’s insider-trading trial.
Mark Cuban, the Texas billionaire and pro basketball team owner, went to the federal courthouse in Dallas today, seeking to persuade a judge to throw out for a second time a U.S. lawsuit accusing him of insider trading.
Billionaire Mark Cuban sent his broker an e-mail asking about the propriety of a share sale that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has since accused him of making based on inside information.