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SEC looking at Southridge
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Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011
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Posted: 10/7/2009 4:48:29 PM

By: jurisper

Also the Manhattan DA.

Nathan Vardi at Forbes continues his welcome coverage of the penny-PIPE players:

Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 10/8/2009 9:00:26 AM

By: jurisper

It'd be interesting to know why they are looking into this old stuff now. Ribotsky, Hicks. They are actually now trying to find out who's money Rhino was managing, after all these years - surely one of the most interesting questions for a regulator in any of this, I would have thought.

The Forbes articles seem to keep hinting that they might be, or perhaps should be, looking at the Grins as well.

Maybe just the wheels turning slowly, but kind of fun to speculate about other reasons.

Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 10/7/2009 6:54:48 PM

By: Is this quick action by SEC????

Will this turn out to be another example of quick action by the SEC???

Have a good one.


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