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Insider Information

Relevant information on a company that has not been released to the public. For example, a person may have access to a company's financial state prior to its official announcement. It is a serious crime to make a trade based on insider information or even to divulge such information to another person without authorization.

inside information

Details of a company's affairs that are known by its directors and officers but are not yet released to the public. For example, initial data on an oil strike that has not been publicized is inside information.
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McPhail tipped the defendants on other occasions, funneling them inside information about American Superconductor's quarterly earnings announcements in July and September 2009, and again in January 2010, the complaint alleged.
The BHA had studied Bowe's extensive betting against horses trained by Jonjo O'Neill, for whom Cooper used to work, during an earlier period, but the disciplinary panel were not convinced he was in possession of inside information.
It claims that Rajaratnam used the inside information to trade on behalf of certain Galleon funds, or shared the information with others at his firm who caused other Galleon funds to trade on it ahead of public announcements by the firms.
"Mr Burke has been treated most harshly receiving 12 months disqualification even though in effect he provided inside information in a manner no graver than Mr Williams."
It added that Fallon has also committed "to accept a rigorous regime to ensure he is and remains both drug free, and compliant with the Rules of Racing regarding the use of inside information."
Inside Information Group, founded and operated by William Donovan, previously produced business news, conferences and professional books on hospital information technology from 1990 through 2004.
To minimise the costs of implementing these measures and to reduce the risk of noncompliance with the MAD, the Guidelines recommend that price-sensitive information pertaining to a transaction is disclosed within the ordinary post-issuance reporting of that transaction, provided that certain minimum levels of regularity of reporting, Quality and standardisation of reports are observed, and that the reports are disclosed through the channels determined by the relevant Member State legislation for disclosure of inside information.
An exotic element in the sales pitch, such as the involvement of an off-shore bank, top-secret technology, or inside information from Wall Street titans
There's lots of fascinating inside information here about the wacky world of WWE wrestling--a combination of gymnastics, drama, and showmanship--from how to fall convincingly to how to develop your ring character.
* What constitutes inside information under the law?
What about some inside information that ought to be exposed in a major story?
He said: "I know from good inside information officers have been back to the hotel, this time on the inside, spending the overtime windfall accrued on the outside."