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May 16: Phantom Console Called Pump and Dump Scheme

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Jeffrey Powers

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May 16: Phantom Console Called Pump and Dump Scheme

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2006 - Phantom Entertainment former CEO Timothy Roberts was accused of running a Pump and dump scheme on the Phantom console - a Game system that never came to market. In 2004, he hired a promoter to send faxes stating the Phantom system would ship January 2005. Of course that drove up stock prices in which investors could profit on, including Roberts and the promoter (who got 4 million shares of restricted stock) Full Day in Tech History podcast show notes for May 15 Spaghetti-O's are introduced Sugar Labs extends Sugar OS to EeePC OS X Tiger vs. Tiger Direct ruling. Related articles Best LED Machine LED Signage App for iPad [Video] (geekazine.com) May 15: Last Lisa Mac XL Produced (dayintechhistory.com) May 13: Turbo C is Released (dayintechhistory.com)
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