Cohen proved to be a stickler for the letter of the law when it came to paying the criminal penalty imposed on his former hedge fund. The NYT reports.» Read More
CNBC's Kate Kelly shares the details of SAC Capital Steve Cohen's Hampton party this past weekend. The party was for some friends who support ovarian cancer research.
SAC Capital's Steve Cohen went ahead with plans to host guests this weekend following an ovarian cancer donation event, reports CNBC's Kate Kelly; and Michael Bachner, Bachner & Associates; Don Steinbrugge, Agecroft Partners; and CNBC's Robert Frank, discuss.
One person familiar with SAC Capital Steve Cohen's party in East Hampton said a few dozen people came and it included donors to the ovarian cancer research fund. CNBC's Robert Frank has the details.
Just days after SAC Capital was indicted, Steve Cohen hosted an event informally connected to a nearby ovarian cancer benefit. CNBC's Kate Kelly reports the event was weeks in the planning.
SAC Capital founder Steve Cohen decided it was time to party at his 10-bedroom home in the Hamptons ahead of the criminal trial against his firm, reports CNBC's Robert Frank.
CNBC's Josh Lipton looks back at the week's top business and financial stories.
The U.S seeks to force SAC to forfeit their profits related to 4 counts of fraud. CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports the latest. Steve Feldstein, Herrick Feinstein; and CNBC's Robert Frank and Jay Carney provide insight to what is behind the government's efforts to effectively wipe out Steve Cohen and SAC Capital.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche has the latest details on SAC Capital's response to indictment. Steve Cohen did not attend court today but did sign a not guilty plea. Also JPMorgan is exploring strategic alternatives for its physical commodities business.
SAC Capital founder Steven Cohen's $9 billion fortune could be threatened if the government succeeds, reports CNBC's Robert Frank. Cohen's real wealth is his art collection, which dealers say is worth over $1 billion.
Discussing just how good the case against SAC Capital is, and whether the government can get all of Steven Cohen's money, with Matthew Goldstein, Reuters editor, and Solomon Wisenberg, Barnes & Thornburg.
Bryan Burrough, Vanity Fair Magazine and author of "Bonfire of the Vanities," discusses his interactions with Cohen, whom he says was a charming guy, and the charges brought by the SEC.
Lawyers for SAC Capital will appear in court today to respond to the SEC's allegations that insider trading was rampant at Steve Cohen's firm. The U.S. Attorney's office says they're not intending to shut down the firm. Bryan Burrough, Vanity Fair Magazine, discusses his interactions with Cohen, whom he says was a charming guy.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche appears outside the courthouse in NYC to discuss the next steps in the SEC's indictment of SAC Capital. She says it's likely that SAC's attorneys will enter a plea today.
Jacob Frenkel, partner, Schulman Rogers, makes sense of the SEC's charges against SAC Capital. He explains why the firm was charged, but Steve Cohen was not.
U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara announced criminal charges today against SAC Capital. Bethany McLean, Vanity Fair; and CNBC's Scott Cohn and Kayla Tausche, discuss.
Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA) reacts to the criminal charges against SAC Capital. "I am very happy with the actions taken, and it may send ripples through all of Wall Street," he says. CNBC's Scott Cohn, weighs in.
Andrew Stoltmann, of Stoltmann Law Offices; and Michael Bachner, of Bachner and Associates, discuss what is next for SAC Capital.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche has the latest developments in the SAC indictment. SAC Capital says they "never encouraged, promoted, or tolerated insider trading."
Steven A. Cohen's SAC Capital is hit with criminal charges, but the hedge fund manager isn't named as a defendant.
CNBC's Bertha Coombs has the latest on charges against Steven Cohen's SAC Capital.