n. important information about the plans or condition of a corporation that has not been released to the public; use for personal profit is illegal
Usage examples of "insider information".
This type of insider information would be particularly beyond the range of the type of largely disorganized, emotionally deficient individual that the behavioral clues had shown this killer to be.
It showed that he wasn't privy to this particular piece of insider information, at least.
Broke the rules, made half a million dollars on insider information, and there's a grand jury meeting in two weeks that's going to burn his ass, big-time.
His indictment claimed that he used insider information to sell almost a million shares of Goffman before Clay filed suit.
Must give your currency-trading troops the best sort of insider information, and if you play your cards carefullythat is, if you don't get greedyyou can make a ton of long-term money without anybody really noticing.
Must give your currency-trading troops the best sort of insider information, and if you play your cards carefully—.
It's illegal to sell stock based on insider information that the price is about to tank or to buy stock based on the insider information that the price is about to soar.
Thus, the Democrats' theory is that Bush bought the Texas Rangers and Cheney became vice president only as part of wily scams to conceal their real reason for selling stock: insider information!
The shabby place couldn't make up its mind whether it wanted to be the home base for yuppies who traded insider information or for IRA sympathizers who argued politics.
Somebody had also leaked the false insider information that my psychological evaluations of Soneji had dictated actions in Miami.
Peyton wasn't Kirby's only source of courier and gem insider information—.