The insider-trading conviction of Rajat Gupta, who rose to the pinnacle of Wall Street as a Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Gupta, 65, who was a managing partner at McKinsey from 1994 to 2003, was found guilty in June 2012 of divulging confidential tips ... BusinessWeek, 4 weeks ago
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Last week, I wrote on how not to catch corporate and political crooks. Readers naturally asked, what is the right way? Some analysts say India has only 1.3 policemen per 1,000 citizens against 2.5 in the US, 5.3 in Turkey and 5.5 in Russia. But ...Economic Times, 3 weeks ago To catch a crook: Three lessons from the Rajaratnam case Times of India, 3 weeks ago
GOLDMAN SACHS : Gupta/Rajaratnam Phone Logs Mean More To Appeals Court Than Suggestion Raj Couldve Gotten Inside Information From Anyone On The Goldman...
Gupta/Rajaratnam Phone Logs Mean More To Appeals Court Than Suggestion Raj Couldve Gotten Inside Information From Anyone On The Goldman Board Apparently this came as a surprise to Rajat Gupta . In a unanimous ruling, a federal appeals court ...4 Traders, 4 weeks ago
Rajat Gupta was convicted of insider trading—specifically, passing on material non-public information to hedge fund trader Raj Rajaratnam—in June 2012. Photo: AFP So Rajat Gupta will now have to finally go to prison. The former global head of ...Livemint.com, 5 days ago
A lawyer for former Goldman Sachs director Rajat Gupta has said he is "very disappointed" at the decision of a US court to uphold the conviction of the India-born executive on insider trading charges, and that his client deserves a new trial. ...24 World News, 4 weeks ago
Former McKinsey & Co. chief Rajat Gupta's fall from the heights of global business to an orange jumpsuit will culminate on June 17, when hell surrender to authorities to begin his prison sentence on insider-trading charges. Gupta was convicted in ...FINalternatives, 1 day ago
Advertisement April 19 (Bloomberg) -- Rengan Rajaratnam, brother of imprisoned hedge-fund founder Raj Rajaratnam, lost a bid to dismiss insider-trading charges or exclude wiretap evidence federal prosecutors want to use at his June trial, ...GARP, 1 day ago Video: Rajaratnam's Brother Loses Bid To Dismiss Insider Trading Charges IT Business Net, 3 days ago Rajaratnam's Brother Loses Bid To Dismiss Insider Trading Charges IT Business Net, 3 days ago
This book is a an engaging non-fiction book that covers the famous Rajaratnam-Gupta insider trading case, and analysis the South Asian background of these two men. Anita Raghavan Published by Hatchette Pages: 493; Price: Rs 499/- Anita ...The Freepress Journal, 2 weeks ago
NEW YORK - A US federal appeals court has sentenced former Goldman Sachs director Rajat Gupta to two years in prison rejecting his claim to a new trial and plea to get the June 2012 conviction on insider trading charges overturned. The Second US ...Mumbai News.Net, 3 weeks ago
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Many high profile cases are making their way through the Southern District of New York, and to the Second Circuit. Today, we'll give you the latest on Apple's e-books suit, Chinese search engine Baidu's free speech, Rajat Gupta's failed appeal and ...Findlaw Corporate Counsel, 2 weeks ago
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