Grand Cache execs accused of insider trading
Dec 08, 2011 | 04:37 PM
| Lisa Gordon
PITTSBURGH The Alberta Securities Commission (ASC) has alleged that a group of Grande Cache Coal Corp. executives engaged in insider trading.
Five executives at the Alberta, Calgary-based metallurgical coal miner and one family member allegedly traded in options and sold shares between late May and July 2008, knowing that first-quarter sales would be off by nearly 40 percent because they had access to materials that were not publicly disclosed, according to an ASC statement.....
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