NEW YORK, April 18- Rengan Rajaratnam, the younger brother of imprisoned hedge fund manager Raj Rajaratnam, on Friday lost a bid to dismiss some of the insider trading charges leveled against him last year. District Judge Naomi Reice Buchwald in Manhattan ruled that the indictment adequately alleged the essential elements of the crimes charged.» Read More
State securities administrators listed four new types of fraud among their annual list of investor threats, including crowdfunding scams and gold-related ripoffs.
Discussing the impact of the Libor scandal; the pending fiscal cliff; low mortgage rates; and the Fed's next move, with Doug Dachille, First Principles Capital Management CEO & chief investment officer.
CNBC's Gary Kaminsky discusses insider trading, bribery and derivatives manipulation on Wall Street, with Bruce Karpati, SEC asset management enforcement co-chief.
The IRS inspector general is releasing new information on identify theft. CNBC's Eamon Javers reports.
A new IRS report indicates identity theft is a bigger and more expensive problem than anyone ever thought. CNBC's Eamon Javers reports the details.
Who are some of these white collar fugitives and what did they do to attract the FBI’s attention? Find out.
CNBC's Gary Kaminsky reports the former founder of Broadband Research, John Kinnucan is expected to plead "guilty" in an insider trading case.
Sen. Charles Grassley, (R-IA), discusses a bipartisan bill that would give regulators more power to impose harsher fines for misconduct on Wall Street.
Attorney Dennis Kearney describes how Solomon Dwek would launder money through the Deal Yeshiva, a Jewish Day School in New Jersey.
Surveillance video of Solomon Dwek and Vincent Tabbachino, the former Guttenberg, New Jersey councilman who plead guilty to money laundering and was sentenced to a 41-month prison term.
CNBC's Gary Kaminsky and David Greenberg, NYMEX independent trader, take a look at securities fraud and offer solutions on how to avoid another scandal.
CNBC's Rick Santelli speaks with William "Porter" Boggess, Monongahela Capital Management on restoring faith in trading futures, and weighs in on the "truth" in securities law.
CNBC's Scott Cohn reports Anil Kumar will pay a $25,000 fine in connection with the Galleon insider trading case.
Go on the hunt to catch the most wanted white-collar fugitives!
Short selling is never going to be a wildly popular investing practice, but it is perfectly legal and essential for the proper function of the capital markets. I asked a biotech short seller for his thoughts on why long investors seem so hostile to short sellers and whether this animosity will compel short sellers to be even more reluctant to voice their opinions publicly.
When top analysts change their opinions about the companies they cover, do the big hedge funds get the information first? Gretchen Morgenson, New York Times, offers insight.
Former SEC Chairman Harvey Pitt provides perspective on JPMorgan's trading blunder and whether criminal charges are possible.
CNBC's Simon Hobbs reports European shares fell on weak U.S. retail sales data; a look at changes investors may see at P&G; the last market activity in the U.S. stocks; and the latest fallout from the PFGBest scandal, with CNBC's Brian Shactman, Bob Pisani, and Gary Kaminsky.
CNBC's Scott Cohn reports the brokerage firm is planning to file for bankruptcy on the heels of the firm's collapse. Gary Kaminsky, Capital Markets editor, shares his thoughts on the growing scandal.
Bob Maurer, Manduca Trading, provides a broker's perspective on the PFGBest collapse, with CNBC's Rick Santelli.