August 12, 2020

Footnotes: Manipulation; Fake IRS News; A Bad Startup CEO | 10.16.14

SEC Charges New York-Based High Frequency Trading Firm With Fraudulent Trading to Manipulate Closing Prices [SEC]

Goldman Evolves as Trading’s Share of Revenue Slides [Bloomberg Businessweek]

Behind Europe’s War on Low Taxes [WSJ]

Dissed [Twitter]

Viral claim says IRS will be delaying tax refunds next year, but it's fake news Check your sources, folks [PolitiFact]

CEO Pled Guilty to Wire Fraud for Spending Startup Funding on Parties [Valleywag]

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