Westport man sentenced to jail for defrauding investors and making false statements to SEC – The Westport Local Press

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From the Internal Revenue Service Leonard C. Boyle, Acting United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, announced that Barton stuck, from Westport, was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Jeffrey A. Meyer in New Haven to 12 months and one day in jail, followed by three years on probation, for defrauding investors and...

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US Women’s Open could get sponsor, equal price

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As befits an organization whose officers appear to have left the Mayflower in golf spikes, the USGA has always maintained a Puritan aversion to mixing its championships and commercialism. And with few resisters remaining in the sports world, where almost everything that makes sense has been swapped for the highest bid, there is an...

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Lake associations seeking to help prevent the spread of invasive species in Maine waters

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Lake Nickerson, located 10 minutes outside of Houlton in Aroostook County, is known for its narrow crescent shape and pristine water clarity. HOULTON, Maine – Lake Nickerson, located 10 minutes outside of Houlton in Aroostook County, is known for its narrow crescent shape and pristine water clarity. Nancy Putnam, president of Nickerson Lake Wilderness...

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Commodity prices risk a major reversal that could undermine investors’ positioning in the face of rising inflation, according to Societe Generale

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According to Albert Edwards of Societe Generale, commodity prices are at high risk of a major reversal. Edwards noted that a Chinese data point that typically drives commodity prices has just suffered a sharp drop. When prices fall, Edwards expects a “major reversal in inflation sentiment.” According to Albert Edwards of Societe Generale, commodity...

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