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GOP Congressman Arrested on Insider Trading Charges
Rep. Chris Collins passed inside info to his son, who dumped stock in a pharmaceutical company just before its stock price plummeted 92 percent.
Trump Pal Sold Millions in Steel-Related Stock Days Before Tariff News
GOP Lawmakers Bought Health-Insurance Stocks While Advancing Trumpcare
Congressman Mike Conaway’s family bought stock in UnitedHealth the same day that a bill repealing Obamacare’s taxes on insurers advanced in committee.
GOP Congressman Loses $17 Million on Biotech Stock
Chris Collins got House Republicans discounted shares in a biotech firm. Now he’s facing an ethics investigation, and the stock has plummeted.
Tom Price Bought Pharma Stocks — Then Lobbied for the Industry in Australia
The Health secretary’s blatant corruption grows even more blatant.
Report: Fired U.S. Attorney Bharara Was Investigating Health Secretary Tom Price
Preet Bharara was overseeing an investigation into the Health secretary’s stock trades when the Trump administration demanded his resignation.
Tom Price Is the Perfect Villain for Obamacare Defenders
The upside of Price’s confirmation for Democrats: A (seemingly) corrupt opponent of Medicare is now the face of Obamacare repeal.
Tom Price Introduced Bill to Help Company After Buying Stock
Trump’s pick for Health Secretary later received money from the company’s PAC, too.
Trump’s Pick for Health Secretary Traded Medical Stocks While in Congress
Tom Price traded more than $300,000 in shares of health-care companies while sponsoring legislation that would likely affect the value of the shares.
Chipotle Executives Accused of Dumping Stocks Before the E. Coli Outbreak
A new lawsuit filed by shareholders claims they made hundreds of millions of dollars.
Insider-Trading Co-Conspirator Ate All Those Post-it Notes for Nothing
On the plus side, Post-its are paleo?
Former SAC Portfolio Manager Mathew Martoma Convicted, But Steve Cohen Is Safe
How the ‘Good Guy’ Defense Failed Rajat Gupta
For Wall Street wrongdoers, it’s not enough to be a mensch.
Rajat Gupta, Corporate Chieftain, Convicted of Insider Trading [Updated]
It’s the government’s biggest get yet.
Rajat Gupta Wasn’t the Only Alleged Cheater at Goldman Sachs
Another Goldman trader was supposedly giving out insider info too.
Office of Congressional Ethics Investigating Representative Bachus for Insider Trading
has found probable cause to examine Bachus’s dealings.
Senate Passes Bill Banning Congressional Insider Trading
The bill passed by a 96-3 margin.
Rajat Gupta Hit With a Few Additional Charges
The former Goldman Sachs board member accused of insider trading now faces even more allegations.
Congressional Insider Trading Ban Overwhelmingly Passes Procedural Hurdle
act moves forward after a 93–2 vote.
The FBI Is Cracking Down on Insider Trading Again
The ghost of Rajs past.
Senate Committee to Examine Possible Insider Trading in Congress
A Senate panel will examine possible improprieties next week.
Does Congress Have an Insider Trading Problem?
So says a new ‘60 Minutes’ report.
Rajat Gupta Will Face Criminal Charges for Insider Trading [Updated]
He is expected to turn himself in over his role in the Galleon case.
Raj Rajaratnam Should Not Have Trusted the Fortune Teller
The insider trader wrongly went with astrology.
Raj Rajaratnam Sets Record for Insider Trading Prison Sentence
Billionaire hedge-funder sentenced to eleven years.
Winifred Jiau Apologizes to the Real Victim of Her Insider Trading
His name is Hunter.
Raj Rajaratnam Might Get Extra Jail Time for Playing Dumb
The Galleon founder still isn’t “clear” on what exactly he did wrong.
How Much Jail Time Should Raj Rajaratnam Serve?
Shockingly, the prosecution and defense have different opinions.
We Will Have to Wait at Least 30 Months for Danielle Chiesi’s Reality-TV Show
The ex-trader was not camera-shy at her sentencing yesterday.
Danielle Chiesi Settles for $540,000 With SEC
Bet that was one exchange that didn’t feel like an orgasm.
It’s Getting Tough Out There for Inside Traders
Former consultant Winifred Jiau is the latest to be convicted for sharing confidential information.
SAC Capital Eyed in SEC Probe of Biotech Deal
The circling sharks get closer to their prey.
Former Managing Director of the NASDAQ Charged With Insider Trading
It’s raining insider-trading allegations!
The Mets Pick a Preferred Bidder ... Not Named Steve Cohen
Congressional investigation into
Capital ramps up.
Raj Gupta Was Merely Trying to Fulfill His Destiny As a Billionaire Eagle
When Raj Rajaratnam gave him the chicken flu.
The Softer Side of Steve Cohen’s Life of Leisure
He finds the Dutch Masters dark and ugly.
Raj Rajaratnam is Found Guilty on All Fourteen Counts [Updated]
He faces up to up twenty years in prison.
Insider-Trading Investigation Probes Steve Cohen’s ‘Big Book,’ But Not Steve Cohen
There’s a whole lot of probing going on.
Rajaratnam’s Lawyer Hates You So Much Right Now
I hate you, I’m not telling you a thing.”
What Gives a Hedge-Fund Wife Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder?
Violence in the Middle East? Nope, try again.
Rajaratnam Closing Arguments Feature Cochran Impersonation, Hipster Eye Roll
“If it’s public, you must acquit.”
good ship galleon
Weeks Before Insider-Trading Trial, Rajaratnam Invested in Witness’s Hedge Fund
Not that there’s anything wrong with that.
Say Hello to Chip Skowron III, the Latest Hedge-Funder Charged With Insider Trading [Updated]
Over a tip about Human Genome Sciences.
Latest Insider-Trading Scheme Started When NYU Law Student Was a Summer Associate at Cravath
I’ve got something.”
Accomplice Believes Having ‘Numerous Cousins’ Will Help Hide Alleged Insider Trading
No need to burn the money, they’ll never find it.
Breaking! Breaking! Lloyd Blankfein Takes the Stand in Galleon Trial
Lloyd had some stipulations, of course.
The Sexy Side of (Alleged) Massive Insider-Trading Schemes
Well, as sexy as all this can get.
Opening Arguments in Rajaratnam Trial Try to Explain Wall Street to the Poors
And that cheating is called inside information.”
What Gets a Potential Juror Kicked Off the Raj Rajaratnam Trial?
Friends of Al Sharpton? Dismissed.
A Tough Judge, Curious Accusations, and Jurors Who Love Wall Street: Let the Raj Rajaratnam Trial Begin
The judge has come down hard in insider-trading cases in the past.