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- n. Information obtained by or from a person in a position of trust (a director, an employee, a consultant) that affects the price of publicly traded securities.
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- n. true confidential information
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Paul Choy had thought nothing of it at the time until he happened to overhear part of what was, obviously, inside information about Struan's being whispered confidentially over the phone.
And that, at the moment, was also what made Paul Mitchell formidable too: he still believed with that same positive certainty that he had the inside information about himself.
He had inside information as to the exact circumstances in which that rising star Seraphine had broken her Hollywood contract.
Incidentally, I have received inside information that the police now have little doubt that in some way Cutler is responsible for the death of that poor girl in Lamkin, the village not far from here, but, unfortunately, nothing can be proved.