Mark Cuban charged with Insider Trading

SEC formally charges Mark Cuban with insider trading.  He was charged with selling his shares of (now known as Copernic) once he was informed of a secondary issuance of shares which led to the drop of the stock.  Cuban was said to have saved nearly $750,000 by selling the shares illegally.  Cuban was later convicted of a crime other than insider trading and was not forced to go to jail. 
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