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Insider Trading at Playboy: The Case Against Christie Hefner's Husband Revealed

Christie Hefner, daughter of Hugh Hefner, was in control of Playboy Enterprises for two decades as its CEO. What she wasn't in control of was her husband, William Marovitz, who was secretly trading Playboy stock based on inside information. A new report by Bloomberg reveals the details of his transgressions for the first time.

Sorry, AT&T: Corporations Probably Don't Have 'Personal Privacy'

When the government releases documents under the Freedom of Information Act, it still has to protect human beings' personal privacy. This week, AT&T asked the Supreme Court to apply the same privacy principle to corporations. A ruling is months away, but it didn't sound like even the conservative wing of the court was buying it.

Financial Reform Law Lets SEC Keep More Secrets

The new financial reform law may have made it easier for the SEC to keep secrets. Under the regulations, the SEC is exempt from having to disclose records or information derived from "surveillance, risk assessments, or other regulatory and oversight activities," FoxBusiness.com reports.