It’s not just a short-seller throwing around allegations of an ocean of lies emanating from the Nikola founder anymore.
We’re sure you’ll agree with it that probes into potential insider-trading and whether its CEO should be allowed to be its CEO are nothing to worry about.
And the people who it cost $5.5 billion are gonna try to not repeat the experience.
Just like all other cryptocurrencies.
Gregory Blotnick’s latest clever ploy has gone about as well as the last one.
No, Brent Kovar’s mother didn’t have an “artificial intelligence supercomputer” in her basement, the SEC says.
Vitaly Korchevsky’s gonna stay a prison paster for a while longer.
Which is to say she lost in the actual court of the Second Circuit. Soundly.
Morgan Stanley doth protest a lot about working from home.
His generosity is definitely not about covering up rape.
Those inclined to do it are not inclined to be dissuaded by a pandemic-induced sense of everyone being in this together.
Elon Musk demands your sympathy for these diamond handcuffs he’s put himself in. Oh, and also to not have to pay these losers $2 billion.
Getting sued, going to court, getting called a modern-day AOL…
Certainly more than its doing any iced tea, or blockchain, for that matter. Allegedly.
Seems like the unintended consequences might vastly outweigh the benefits, if any.
Federal judges are proving distinctly unimpressed by cases buoyed by the Yates memo.
If you file for bankruptcy, you may lose everyone, but at least he or she will get nothing.
There’s nothing worse than getting hit with an antitrust fine on top of a multi-billion dollar loss.
After a ten-year Teutonic tempest, it’s coming around.
Where would Murray Huberfeld be without them? Either in prison for a lot longer, or not in prison at all.
The only way to prove you really mean it when calling a short seller a liar is to sue and win.