The University of Illinois made a costly decision to take the controversy involving would-be Professor Steven Salaita off the table. Steven Salaita hit the jackpot Wednesday, when the University of Illinois agreed to pay him $600,000 and his ... Campus Watch, 1 week ago
UNITED STATES ATTORNEY OFFICE FOR NORTHERN D : High-Frequency Trader Convicted of Disrupting Commodity Futures Market in First Federal Prosecution of "Spoofing"
CHICAGO - In the first federal prosecution of its kind, a high-frequency trader was convicted today of disrupting commodity futures prices in a $1.4 million fraud scheme. MICHAEL COSCIA, 53, used an automated trading technique to commit a crime ...4 Traders, 3 weeks ago U.S. to prosecute high-speed trader in first criminal spoofing trial Sharenet, 1 month ago
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Unwitting commodities traders were caught in a bait-and-switch scheme masterminded by Michael Coscia as he sought to manipulate markets via spoofing, U.S. prosecutors said at the end of the first trial over the banned tactic. Coscia, 53, countered ...Bloomberg, 3 weeks ago
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