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August 05. 2013 1:12PM

Green Mountain Coffee employee accused of insider trading

The Securities and Exchange Commission has accused a former Green Mountain Coffee Roasters employee of insider trading, alleging the IT manager and a friend outside the company made $7 million in profits by using inside information to predict the reaction of Green Mountain Coffee’s stock price to quarterly earnings announcements beginning in 2010.

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