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  • Mr. Kim said the Korea Exchange, which is currently subject to government regulations because of its status as a monopoly in the industry, needs to be re-classified as a non-public organization for the IPO to be more successful.

    Korea Exchange Considering IPO

  • The directors "had no legal duty to disclose non-public business information to the benefit committee," attorneys for Mr. Fuld and the other directors said in court papers.

    Fuld, Ex-Lehman Directors Ask Judge to Toss Retiree Plan Suit

  • "The SEC has informed Deere that this is a non-public fact-finding inquiry to determine whether there have been any violations of the federal securities laws, and that the inquiry and document request do not mean that the SEC has concluded that Deere has broken the law," the statement said.

    Deere Faces Scrutiny for Possible Bribery Violation

  • They say the early numbers bear that out: All but six of the 242 non-public schools so far approved for the voucher program have religious affiliations.

    Ind. school voucher program cheered, criticized

  • The move comes after U.S. law-enforcement and regulatory authorities made documents public alleging the French telecom equipment supplier paid bribes to Telekom Malaysia employees in exchange for non-public information.

    Business Watch

  • Marshall Space Flight Center and receive non-public technical material about the space shuttle.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • Some of the information is easily verified and publicly available, and other times we request that companies send us non-public information to validate responses.

    The World's Most Ethical Companies

  • Case in point: The Securities and Exchange Commission has alleged in a civil proceeding that former Goldman director Rajat Gupta passed to his friend, Galleon Group's Raj Rajaratnam , non-public information about Goldman.

    Whatever You Do, Just Don't Steal From Goldman Sachs

  • Nonetheless, Sifma contended that data from the pilot program "demonstrate that non-public arbitrators contribute to fair case outcomes."

    'Public' Arbitration? Brokers Balk

  • Given the power to eliminate all non-public arbitrators, investors still chose to have one non-public arbitrator on their panel about half the time.

    Phil Trupp: FINRA Proposes All-Public Dispute Panels

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