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inside information

Information that is not widely known or shared; privileged information. They've hired me as a consultant, but so far they aren't giving me the inside information on what the project will actually be. It's all very cloaks and daggers.
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inside information

information known only by those most involved with the issue; secret information relating to an organization. I have some inside information about the Smith Company.
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In Dudenhoeffer's wake, a plan sponsor may wish to consider excluding personnel with access to inside information from serving on plan committees.
Each of the six traded and profited on the inside information McPhail supplied to them, the complaint alleged.
(1) Inside information is precise information on the financial instruments or their issuers that has not been made public and can influence market prices.
Criminal convictions for trading on inside information are few and far between in Japan, with those caught often only receiving token punishments.
We expect someone in his position to be able to identify inside information when he receives it and to act appropriately."
Bowe was found in breach of the old Rule 201(v) - committing a corrupt or fraudulent practice in relation to racing in Britain by laying Masafi to lose and not be placed on June 2 and June 12, 2009 with the benefit of inside information relating to the horse's prospects.
Rajaratnam, the founder of Galleon Management who was recently convicted of multiple counts of insider trading in other securities stemming from unrelated insider trading schemes, allegedly caused various Galleon funds to trade based on Gupta's inside information, generating illicit profits or loss avoidance of more than $23 million.
Dymke and Walter focus on the question whether corporate insiders in Germany exploit inside information while trading in their company's stock, relating insider transactions to subsequent releases of inside information via ad-hoc news disclosures: corporate insiders as a group seem to trade on inside information, while members of the supervisory board are most active in exploiting inside information.
Both jockeys and Burke faced charges concerning their relationships with Rodgers and whether they supplied him with inside information over 12 races in 2004.
I cannot believe the crass stupidity of those in power who feel this is money well spent, or perhaps they have had inside information on this - no wonder the photograph of the happy recipients shows them smiling - they can't believe their luck, but obviously with their powers, they knew it was coming their way anyway.
BNA (Arlington, VA) has released a new edition of its portfolio "Inside Information: Prevention of Abuse." The title covers the obligation of a U.S.
In a statement the BHA said Fallon "accepted that his attitude to inside information has in the past been reckless conceding that he has been too free with such information and careless about whom he passed it to."
Publishing (Los Angeles, CA) has sold the company's assets, including "Creative Screenwriting Magazine," the Screenwriting Expo, the "CS Weekly E-Zine" and related properties to Inside Information Group (Los Angeles, CA).
A spokesman for the bookie said: "She wrote to us to ask for the bet, but I'm confident she has no inside information."
The Commercial Mortgage Securities Association Europe and the European Securitisation Forum (ESF) have released market guidelines to assist participants in the Commercial Mortgage-Backed Securities (CMBS) and Asset-Backed Securities (ABS) markets in complying with the European Commission's Market Abuse Directive (MAD) requirements for assessment and disclosure of inside information in transaction post-issuance reporting.