@commitstrip Hadn't heard about the insider trading. Not that he'll go down for it since we all know the SEC works for the big companies, not the little guy.

"Intel says the sale was preplanned — but that plan was put in place months after it learned of the chip vulnerability"


@commitstrip Also

"The stock sale raised eyebrows when it was disclosed, primarily because it left Krzanich with just 250,000 shares of Intel stock — the minimum the company requires him to hold under his employment agreement."

Which means he literally sold everything he possibly could. If he doesn't go to jail for that, why do we have an SEC at all? In what way is any insider trading regulation legitimate?

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