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Gordon Gekko Takes on Insider Trading
Actor Michael Douglas Appears in New FBI PSA As Foil to His Famously Corrupt Character
Inside the Rajat Gupta Insider Trading Charges
ABC News’ Pierre Thomas, Aaron Katersky and Jack Cloherty report: Wall Street power player Rajat Gupta arrived at the White House State dinner in 2009 at the pinnacle of American business: on the board of directors at Goldman Sachs and Proctor and Gamble, and widely respected...
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
Health Issue a Crutch for White Collar Crook?
ABC News’ Carrie Gann reports: Raj Rajaratnam was sentenced to 11 years in prison for insider trading on Thursday, the longest prison sentence ever handed down for that crime. Federal prosecutors had asked to put the Galleon Group hedge fund founder in jail for 24...
Pimco CEO El-Erian talks markets, government debt
Q: What's your take on the markets right now? A: What's happening in the markets is a broader reflection of a tug-of-war that's taking place in the global economy, and concerns that policymakers do not have as much ammunition as they used to. We're coming from a period in which economies have been
Rajaratnam found guilty in hedge fund case
A former hedge fund titan who became the poster child for the government's crackdown on Wall Street white-collar crime was convicted of insider trading Wednesday, giving the prosecution a high-profile win in its biggest insider case in a generation. The conviction of billionaire Raj Rajaratnam, 53,
Hedge fund manager Rajaratnam guilty in insider trading trial
A former hedge fund titan that became the poster child for the government's aggressive crackdown on Wall Street white-collar crime was convicted of insider trading Wednesday, giving the prosecution a high-profile win in its biggest insider case in a generation. The conviction of billionaire Raj
SEC charges ex-Goldman board member Rajat Gupta
A former board member of Wall Street titan Goldman Sachs and ex-chief of one of the world's most prestigious consulting firms was accused by federal regulators Tuesday of leaking illegal insider tips to a hedge fund heavyweight who is at the center of a massive insider trading probe. In the latest
First Monday: What's new on TV, in books and on the radio
CALENDAR •Feb. 9-10:Chicago Auto Show 2011 opens with two preview days for media. Public days are Feb. 11-20. •Feb. 14:Obama administration announces its FY2012 budget. •Feb. 16:Federal Reserve releases minutes of the Jan. 25-26 Federal Open Market Committee meeting. •Feb. 17:consumer price index
FBI Keeps Wall Street in Its Crosshairs
Financial Crisis Produced Many Villains, Few Prosecutions; Feds, Citing 'Large Number of Active Subprime Cases,' Vows to Change That