an SEC regulation that prohibits directors and executive officers of public companies from trading that company’s equity Securities during a Blackout Period under the company’s pension or 401(k) plans. The regulation came about after several highly publicized cases in which senior executives of soon-to-fail companies sold shares at the same time their employees’ plans prohibited the employees from doing so.
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