India-born former Goldman Sachs director Rajat Gupta, who is arguing in appeal that the government lacked evidence to show he "received even a penny" for passing insider information, has disagreed with a US Supreme Court ruling that sharing corporate secrets is illegal even if the tipsters did not receive anything in return. In a landmark ruling earlier this month relating to the insider trading conviction of Illinois resident Bassam Yacoub Salman, the Supreme Court unanimously ruled that ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Former Goldman Sachs director Rajat Gupta disagrees with US Supreme Court's ruling - One India, 2 months ago
Gupta disagrees with US Supreme Court's insider trading ruling - Business Standard, 2 months ago
India-born Preet Bharara, the powerful US attorney who has facilitated many high-profile insider trading convictions, has agreed to remain in the position after meeting President-elect Donald Trump. Appointed as the US Attorney for the Southern District of ...Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
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