DALLAS - A federal appeals court revived the Securities and Exchange Commission's insider-trading lawsuit against Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban on Tuesday, saying it was "plausible" he knew he was not supposed to sell stock in a company to avoid a loss after receiving confidential information.
BASSETERRE, St. Kitts - A push for laws authorizing police wiretaps is facing resistance in small eastern Caribbean countries, where some islanders fear governments would use them to spy on political opponents.
HAUPPAUGE, N.Y. - Satellite communications company Globecomm Systems Inc.
CARACAS, Venezuela - It's no longer just doctors, nurses and teachers.
THE TROUBLES: Even before the January earthquake, the corruption-gutted, money-hemorrhaging Teleco Haiti had few landline customers and no competitive cell phone service.
- Cuba criticizes US ruling on Internet access
- Google welcomes chance to export to Iran, Cuba
- Treasury allows Internet exports to Iran, others
- Microsoft pledges at least $1.25M in aid for Haiti
- Calls for Haiti donations spread thru social Web
- BetOnSports.com founder gets 4-plus years
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- Suit accuses Mavericks owner of diverting profits
- Judge dismisses SEC complaint against Cuban
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