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Gasparino: DOJ uncertain if it can bring charges in HFT probe

FBN’s Charlie Gasparino on the latest on the DOJ’s probe of high frequency trading.

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  1. U.S. court upholds ex-consultant Jiau's insider trading conviction

    A federal appeals court has upheld the conviction of Winifred Jiau, a California technology consultant who prosecutors said used code language to disguise an insider...

  2. SEC's White: New Win for Hedge-Fund Investors

    Securities and Exchange Commission Chair Mary Jo White on Friday said new financial regulations that have expanded transparency in the once-opaque world of hedge fun...

  3. Expert networks: thriving in Asia, away from U.S. scrutiny

    Expert networks - a matchmaking service that connects investors with industry experts - are under scrutiny from regulators in the United States, but are expanding ac...

  4. Will Fort Hood Shooter Get Death Penalty?

    Attorney Randy Zelin and FNC legal analyst Lis Wiehl on Raj Rajaratnam , George Zimmerman, Jodi Arias and the sentencing phase in the Fort Hood shooting trial.

  5. Raj Rajaratnam Living Like a King in Prison?

    Former Federal Prosecutor Fred Tecce on reports Raj Rajaratnam is getting the star treatment in prison.

  6. When There’s Legal Trouble on Wall Street Who Pays?

    Former Monster Worldwide COO James Treacy, former SEC attorney Teresa Goody and Cato Institute’s Mark Calabria on who should pay the fees when Wall Street employees face legal trouble.

  7. Dare to Be Different: Making of a Litigator

    Exclusive: Living life in the bright spotlight of the public eye could be daunting for just about anyone.But for Reed Brodsky, who always seems to be on his A-game, ...

  8. A World in Which Insider Trading is Legal

    Imagine a world where insider trading is legal.As chief executive, you could short your own stock just before reporting your disappointing numbers to Wall Street.As ...

  9. Timeline: SAC and the long, winding insider trading probe

    The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday charged hedge fund mogul Steven A. Cohen with failing to supervise a former SAC Capital Advisors portfolio mana...

  10. Former Goldman director Gupta fined, banned in SEC case

    Former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. director Rajat Gupta was ordered to pay a $13.9 million civil penalty and banned from serving as an officer or director of a public c...

  11. SEC Fines Ex-Goldman Director Gupta for $13.9M

    Former Goldman Sachs Group Inc Director Rajat Gupta was ordered to pay a $13.9 million penalty and banned from serving as an officer or director of a public company ...

  12. 'Fabulous Fab' trial is a test for SEC

    The trial of former Goldman Sachs bond trader Fabrice "Fabulous Fab" Tourre next week gives the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission an opportunity to prove that ...

  1. Fmr. Goldman Sachs Director Gupta Loses Appeal

    Former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. director Rajat Gupta's appeal to overturn his insider trading conviction was rejected by a federal court Tuesday, Reuters reports. Gu...

  2. Ex-Goldman director Gupta's insider trading conviction upheld

    A federal appeals court upheld the conviction of former Goldman Sachs Group Inc director Rajat Gupta, one of the biggest successes in federal prosecutors' long-runni...

  3. Stanford revokes Martoma’s MBA

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino, attorney Lisa Giovinazzo and former detective Bo Dietl on Matthew Martoma losing his MBA, insider trading, and Joe and Teresa Giudice’s financial crimes.

  4. Gasparino, Nowicki give insight on Martoma guilty verdict

    FBN's Charlie Gasparino and former SEC lawyer Elizabeth Nowicki on the Mathew Martoma guilty verdict.

  5. Is a guilty verdict likely in the Martoma case?

    Kasowitz, Benson, Torres & Friedman Partner Michael Bowe on the latest in the government’s case against former SAC Capital portfolio manager Mathew Martoma.

  6. Gasparino: Cohen still a target

    FBN's Charlie Gasparino on the latest on SAC Capital.

  7. Huge Wall Street Settlements Invite Cynicism

    Raj Rajaratnam, the erstwhile hedge fund titan currently serving an 11-year sentence in a federal prison on a 2011 insider trading conviction, has to be wondering "W...

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