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A federal appeals court on Monday refused to disturb the insider trading conviction of Galleon Group hedge fund founder Raj Rajaratnam, one of the most prominent defendants in the U.S. government's wide-ranging probe into insider trading. Rajaratnam,
A former Akamai Technologies executive has agreed to settle U.S...Kieran Taylor also will pay $145,460 as part of the agreement with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The SEC said Taylor passed confidential information about Akamai's finances
Raj Rajaratnam is a prime example of the notion that even going to jail doesn't put a stop to luxury living for most of the higher ups in society. Sentenced to 11 years at the Federal Medical Center Devens, in Ayer, Mass. for insider trading, this
5 years after Lehman, I'm a worrywart The world is just a few weekends away from the fifth anniversary of the collapse of Lehman Brother. Pimco CEO Mohamed El-Erian offers his list of four once-unthinkable outcomes that could lead to more disruptions
Peter Foley/Bloomberg/Getty Images Imagine a living space where you have a balcony conducive to sunning, a television, a private bathroom, your very own manservant . . . better than most New York City apartments, right? Rather than accommodations at
Sources claim that Rajaratnam is reining like a king compared to other inmates with a personal 'manservant' at his beck and call. According to New York Post, the financial felon is staying in a prime cell in Unit P3, the top floor of the Devens'
See the cities where home-price growth is cooling the most Offering a mite of relief to would-be buyers, certain cities are seeing some moderation in the home prices that have been racing higher for months, according to data released Tuesday morning.
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On Monday, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan affirmed the 2011 insider trading conviction of Raj Rajaratnam, founder of the Galleon Group hedge funds. The case against Rajaratnam, who is serving a sentence of 132 months imprisonment,
Font Resize Maybe Raj Rajaratnam should have blamed his desk instead of challenging government wiretaps...Court of Appeals in Manhattan on Monday upheld the former hedge fund manager's 2011 conviction for conspiracy and securities fraud. He argued,