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Pembina’s 2014 capital spending budget will be increased by $200-million to $1.7-billion from $1.5-billion, but most of the project spending is expected to be during construction in 2015 and 2016.
Pembina’s 2014 capital spending budget will be increased by $200-million to $1.7-billion from $1.5-billion, but most of the project spending is expected to be during construction in 2015 and 2016.
(Pembina)

ASC avoids opening insider trading Pandora’s box

Prosecuting illegal insider trading requires a certain amount of finesse. Illegal insider trading law gives prosecutors a number of buttons they have to press in just the right way to get a conviction. There isn’t just one way to push a button, however, if they’re creative about it. In particular, the “material fact” element of illegal insider trading may be able to reward a prosecutor who is willing to make more creative, but legally sound, arguments.