Bristol man sentenced in insider trading scheme

JOHN YOUNIS, of Bristol, who authorities say made a more than $50,000 profit by trading shares of a Massachusetts semiconductor company based on insider information has been sentenced to a month of home detention and two years of probation. / PBN FILE PHOTO
BOSTON (AP) — A Rhode Island man who authorities say made more than $50,000 profit by trading shares of a Massachusetts semiconductor company based on insider information has been sentenced to a month of home detention and two years of probation. John Younis, 59, of Bristol, Rhode Island, was sentenced in federal court in Boston…

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