US lawmakers call for probe into Intel stock sale before Meltdown disclosure

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Intel CEO Brian Krzanich made $25 million from his stock sale
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Intel CEO Brian Krzanich made $25 million from his stock sale

Senators want a "thorough investigation" to determine the possibility of insider trading

Two US senators have requested that federal regulators open an investigation into the sale of Intel stock by CEO Brian Krzanich, which was held before the company disclosed the Meltdown and Spectre security...

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