Mark Cuban sparred with a government lawyer Thursday over why the billionaire and Dallas Mavericks owner dumped his shares in a Canadian search-engine company in 2004.
No. 1 Alabama won the national championship last season, becoming the seventh straight SEC team to do so. Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops is questioning the overall strength of the SEC.
An expert testified Wednesday that he didn’t think Cuban was barred from selling his shares in Momma.com or required to keep their 2004 phone call confidential.
Jurors hear a second day of testimony in Dallas as they wait for Mark Cuban to take the stand in his insider-trading trial.
A government lawyer said that the drive to win that helps Mark Cuban succeed in business led the billionaire Mavericks owner to cheat by using insider information to sell stock.
Seven women and three men were picked Monday to decide the government’s lawsuit charging billionaire and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban with insider trading.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is expected to testify in his federal trial which began today on charges that he benefited from insider trading.
With the Dallas Mavericks’ season-opening game still a month away, the basketball team’s outspoken owner, Mark Cuban, will be seeing a different kind of court this week.
With the remaining cream puffs in the rear view mirror, the top Heisman candidates will now begin conference play and the list will continue to shrink.
While the offense ranks third in the nation in total yards, the defense has struggled and is allowing more yards than all but 10 teams in the nation (489 yards per game).
Texas A&M’s Johnny Manziel has the Heisman Trophy. Alabama’s A.J. McCarron has the national championships. The gaudy stats are popping up everywhere.
Texas A&M’s defense allowed six long touchdown drives to top-ranked Alabama and defensive coordinator Mark Snyder says the lessons his young players learned will last a long time.