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STEC boss Manouche Moshayedi has issued a detailed rebuttal of the SEC's indictment that charged him with insider trading, saying that the SEC is plain wrong. The SEC charges relate to a STEC public offering of shares held by Moshayedi and his brother Mark on 9 August, 2009, with the SEC alleging Moshayedi knew that EMC was …

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>STEC boss Manouche Moshayedi

Another funny sounding foreigner name = another example to made for the SEC.

I guess that is their plan to avoid the calls to be replaced by an agency a little less compromised. Break an easy piece off the iceberg and maybe people will get bored and go away.

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WTF?

Pity the SEC doesn't chase the ...

real Wall Street crooks down instead of going after minnows.

Look what they've missed - the boss who stole $200,000,000 in PFG, Idaho .

That's after the former Goldman Sach's guy who ran MF Global lost $40,000,000,000.

I think the SEC needs to reorder it's priorities. AND STOP ACCEPTING SWEETHEART SETTLEMENTS!

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