Roma star to snub Manchester United, Chelsea and Inter Milan

first_img1 Reported Manchester United target Radja Nainggolan is staying with Roma, according to the Italian club’s new sporting director Monchi.Nainggolan has been heavily linked with United as well as various other clubs, including Chelsea and Inter Milan, but the chances of the 29-year-old Belgium international leaving Roma this summer now look to be over.Monchi, who swapped Sevilla for Roma at the end of last season, was quizzed on whether Nainggolan would remain with the Giallorossi at a press conference to present new signing Maxime Gonalons on Saturday.And the Spaniard, quoted on asroma.com, said: “Yes [he will stay]. I think we’ve seen the last of the big departures from our club.“Now it’s time to build a team, which will be supplemented with potential purchases in the transfer market.”Nainggolan joined Roma from Cagliari in 2014 and has helped them claim two runners-up finishes in Serie A as well as third place in 2015/16. Roma star Radja Nainggolan last_img read more

Former Equifax exec gets 4 months in prison for insider trading after

first_img 0 Share your voice Tags Equifax Hacking Post a comment Security A former CIO for Equifax has been sentenced to four months in prison for insider trading related to the company’s massive data breach in 2017. Jaap Arriens/NurPhoto via Getty Images A former Equifax executive who sold his stock in the consumer credit reporting firm before it announced a massive data breach has been sentenced to four months in federal prison for insider trading. Jun Ying, former chief information officer for the company’s US Information Solutions, was also ordered to pay about $117,000 in restitution and a $55,000 fine, the US Attorney’s Office said Thursday.In 2017, Equifax announced that it suffered a data breach that would affect more than half of the US population, exposing the Social Security numbers, names and addresses of 147 million Americans. The company learned about the breach on July 29, 2017, but didn’t announce it publicly for nearly three months.On Aug. 25, 2017, Ying texted a co-worker about the breach, saying it “sounds bad. We may be the one breached,” according to the indictment. The next week, Ying conducted a web search to learn what happened to Experian’s stock price after the company experienced a data breach in 2015.Three days later, Ying sold all his shares in Equifax, making more than $950,000. Ying’s insider trading happened 10 days before Equifax publicly announced its breach.Ying, 44, is the second Equifax employee convicted of insider trading related to the data breach. Sudhakar Reddy Bonthu, a former Equifax software development manager, pleaded guilty in 2018 to using the insider information to make more than $75,000 on the stock market. Bonthu was ordered to serve eight months home confinement, pay a $50,000 fine and forfeit the proceeds from the stock sale.Correction, July 1: Corrected name of company involved in 2015 breach to Experian. last_img read more