Former Equifax executive charged with insider trading for dumping nearly $1 million in stock ahead of data breach

By Liz Moyer, CNBC

A former Equifax executive faces insider trading charges for dumping nearly $1 million of company stock just days before the credit reporting company announced a massive data breach last summer.

The U.S. attorney in Atlanta said Jun Ying, 42, was indicted Tuesday by a federal grand jury on criminal charges. The Securities and Exchange Commission filed civil insider trading charges on Wednesday. (FULL ARTICLE)

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