Lawyers for former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. director Rajat Gupta are arguing in New York his insider trading conviction should be overturned.
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A federal jury in New York convicted former Goldman Sachs Group and Procter & Gamble director Rajat Gupta on insider trading charges Friday.
Eight women, four men and four alternates were seated Monday in the insider trading trial of a former director of Goldman Sachs and Procter & Gamble.
U.S. investigators are looking into whether a Goldman Sachs Group executive tipped Galleon Group on pending deals, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday.
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Billionaire executive Rajat Gupta turned himself into the FBI Wednesday in connection with the Galleon Group insider trading case, The New York Times reports.
A federal judge in New York ordered former Moody's Investors Service analyst Deep Shah, now a fugitive, to pay $34.6 million to settle insider trading charges.
The Securities and Exchange Commission withdrew an insider trading complaint against a heavyweight player on New York's Wall Street: Rajat K. Gupta.
A New York jury convicted former Galleon hedge fund trader Zvi Goffer and two others of insider trading that added up to $20 million in illicit gains.
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