Cuban said he has reached out to [SEC Chair Mary Jo] White via “backdoor channels” for a face-to-face meeting, where he hopes to discuss how his ordeal can inform the SEC’s work. He said the agency measures success by its courtroom wins and losses without assessing whether these legal battles boost investor confidence or improve market fairness.
“I’d like to just sit down with her,” Cuban told The Washington Post. “They are trying to make the markets fair, but they just don’t know how to get there.”
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