Not only can they not curse on e-mail, financiers soon might not even be able to curse on the phone.
Bob Moffat was just trying to help out his "friend."
Sad Anil Kumar "choked up and wept" as he apologized for insider trading.
We hope he enjoyed the dwarfs, because the rest of his life is going to suck.
McKinsey partner Anil Kumar, writer of awesome pop songs, looks ready to make a deal with prosecutors.
"In the conference room was a dwarf whom Mr. Rajaratnam introduced as an analyst hired to cover 'small-cap' stocks."
"You're under arrest for fraud, and possession of a Bedazzler."
But one of them is guilty, at least, of being sultry in the first degree!
Raj Rajaratnam and Danielle Chiesi are indicted.
Shockingly, they didn't find anything.
It's a family affair!
The Galleon founder's lawyers reject insider-trading charges on the grounds that he was improperly wiretapped.
Almost busted in 2000 and 2001.
"The idea that Mr. Rajaratnam would simply abandon those properties ... is neither realistic nor credible."
What? It was RESEARCH.
Which is why it's so weird to listen to his song, which is very, very happy.
Perhaps for the first time.