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June 24, 2014

Short Takes: Altisource Gets Smacked Around / Ellie Mae Founder Selling Shares / No More Bad Mortgages to Buy? / FHFA Inundated With Emails / Credit Suisse Not Turning Over Juicy Documents?

By Charles Wisniowski, Paul Muolo

In other mortgage-stock news, Ellie Mae Co-founder, Chairman and CEO Sig Anderman has been exercising stock options of late, and selling shares in the company.

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