Former Goldman Sachs Board Member Pleads Not Guilty of Insider Trading

The federal government's biggest insider trading case has ensnared its most prominent executive yet. Rajat Gupta, formerly a board member at Goldman Sachs and Proctor & Gamble, surrendered to the FBI this morning and then pleaded not guilty to criminal charges that could land him in prison for 105 years. The 62-year-old executive, who visited the White House in 2009 for the state dinner honoring India, faces one count of conspiracy to commit securities fraud and five counts of securities...Full Story
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