Cuban wants access to documents
DALLAS -- Mark Cuban sued the Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday for access to documents detailing the insider trading case against the Dallas Mavericks owner.
The Dallas billionaire filed requests for records in December under the Freedom of Information Act. That was a month after the SEC brought a civil action against Cuban, accusing him of selling shares of Internet search engine company Mamma.com after receiving confidential information about a private offering.
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Cuban Accused Of Insider Trading
Mavs owner Mark Cuban has been charged with insider trading by the Securities and Exchange Commission. Story | Watch: SportsCenter
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• PDF: View entire complaint