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New York Times: Justice Department probed Georgia Sen. David Perdue’s stock sales at beginning of pandemic – CNN

The Justice Department opened a probe into Georgia Sen. David Perdue’s stock sales for possible insider trading earlier this year but declined to pursue charges,…

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(CNN)The Justice Department opened a probe into Georgia Sen. David Perdue’s stock sales for possible insider trading earlier this year but declined to pursue charges, according to The New York Times.
The inquiry looked at Perdue’s sale of more than $1 million worth of stock in Cardlytics, a financial company he once served as a board member of, in the spring ahead of the economic slowdown fueled by the coronavirus pandemic, the newspaper reported. Weeks after selling the stock, the company’s stock…

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