Raj Rajaratnam's Alleged Insider Trading Scheme May Have Been Twice as Big as Thought -- $36 Million

A McKinsey & Company director accused of leaking information in the largest hedge fund insider trading case ever pleaded guilty today to conspiracy and securities fraud. Anil Kamar pleaded guilty to "conspiring to commit inside trader crimes with Raj Rajaratnam," said the U.S. Justice Department. Kumar is thought to be cooperating with federal prosecutors about his role in feeding information to hedge fund billionaire Raj Rajaratnam, who is accused of running a $20 million insider trading...Full Story
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