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Orange County CEO wants his trial on insider-trading separated from ex-Angel Doug DeCinces’ case

SANTA ANA – An attorney for an Orange County CEO accused of passing non-public information to former Angel star Doug DeCinces in connection to a $2.6 million-plus insider-trading case is seeking to have the businessman retried separately. James Mazzo, former CEO of Santa Ana-based Advanced Medical Optics, is facing a retrial on federal insider-trading allegations […]
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