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January 6, 2000 | WALTER HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"Tokyo Joe" Park, the operator of a well-known Internet stock-picking site, was charged Wednesday with stock fraud, as regulators alleged that he profited by selling shares of companies soon after telling his subscribers to buy them. The Securities and Exchange Commission suit represents the highest-profile case yet in the government's intensifying battle against Internet stock fraud.
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January 14, 2000 | NEIL ROLAND, BLOOMBERG NEWS
Internet stock picker "Tokyo Joe" Park said federal charges that he manipulated stocks and misled investors about his personal trades are baseless. Park, in his first public comments since the Securities and Exchange Commission filed civil fraud charges against him last week, said Thursday that he routinely sends cautionary e-mails to his 3,600 customers. Park said his clients understand that he owns every stock he recommends and plans to sell his shares quickly.
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BUSINESS
January 14, 2000 | NEIL ROLAND, BLOOMBERG NEWS
Internet stock picker "Tokyo Joe" Park said federal charges that he manipulated stocks and misled investors about his personal trades are baseless. Park, in his first public comments since the Securities and Exchange Commission filed civil fraud charges against him last week, said Thursday that he routinely sends cautionary e-mails to his 3,600 customers. Park said his clients understand that he owns every stock he recommends and plans to sell his shares quickly.
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January 6, 2000 | WALTER HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"Tokyo Joe" Park, the operator of a well-known Internet stock-picking site, was charged Wednesday with stock fraud, as regulators alleged that he profited by selling shares of companies soon after telling his subscribers to buy them. The Securities and Exchange Commission suit represents the highest-profile case yet in the government's intensifying battle against Internet stock fraud.
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