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BWXT Names Former Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John M. Richardson to Board of Directors
(Bloomberg Opinion) -- U.S. Senator David Perdue’s finances have come under scrutiny following a New York Times report that the Republican from Georgia made 2,596 stock trades in one term, or almost two every trading day since taking office. There is a reasonable case to be made that federal lawmakers and others in high offices should be prohibited from trading in individual stocks given the range of inside information they are exposed to in their positions and the importance of public trust in government. But in Perdue’s case, a deeper look suggests nothing overtly wrong. No explicit charge is made by the New York Times, but by mashing together different types of evidence for four unstated charges, the article could leave the casual reader with the impression that Perdue’s trading wa...
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David Perdue made a fortune selling defense contractor stock while working on Senate Armed Services Committee: report
In 2019, Sen. David Perdue of Georgia profited handsomely when he sold his stock shares in the defense contractor BWX Technologies. And that sale, journalist Sam Brodey reports in the Daily Beast, came after the GOP senator had been chosen to head the Senate Armed Services Subcommittee on Seapower.B…
Sen. David Perdue had never invested in the Navy supplier BWX Technologies until right before he assumed control of the Senate Armed Services Subcommittee on Seapower.