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CNBC's Scott Cohn reports the FBI is asking questions about trades made by pro golfer Phil Mickelson and Carl Icahn. The Wall Street Journal reports the publicity has scuttled plans to wiretap Icahn.
CNBC's Scott Wapner reports the FBI is inquiring about trades made by pro golfer Phil Mickelson, investor Carl Icahn and gambler William Walters. Icahn says he has never met or spoken to Phil Mickelson.
Bradley Bondi, Cadwalader, Wickersham and Taft, and Laura Unger, former SEC commissioner, weigh in on the insider trading probe by the government of Carl Icahn, Phil Mickelson and Billy Walters.
Ron Geffner, Sadis Goldberg, and Jacob Frenkel, Shulman Rogers, share their thoughts on the government's investigation of trading activities between Carl Icahn, Phil Mickelson and sport's bettor Bill Walters. This investigation should be in the non-public domain, says Frenkel.
CNBC's Scott Wapner reports the FBI is asking questions about trades made by pro golfer Phil Mickelson and Carl Icahn. Icahn says he doesn't know of any investigation.
Questions about how to apply securities law could complicate any any insider trading case against Carl Icahn, Phil Mickelson, and William Walters.
Former SEC Chairman Harvey Pitt and white collar crime defense attorney Roberto Braceras explain how typical insider trading investigations work and how hard they are to put together.
The word is out the FBI is asking questions about trades made by pro golfer Phil Mickelson, along with gambler Billy Walters and at least one involving an investment by Carl Icahn, reports CNBC's Scott Cohn.
The Obama administration is supporting big banks saying that the Supreme Court should not hear a case that would allow Madoff trustee, Irving Picard to seek billions in damages, reports CNBC's Scott Cohn.
The SEC has settled with former NBTY director Glenn Cohen who allegedly learned of the Carlyle Group's intent to buy and told family members who bought stock, reports CNBC's Brian Sullivan.
How was it possible that Bill Ackman's Pershing Square Capital had become Allergan's largest shareholder without anyone knowing? The NYT reports.
Former SAC portfolio manager Michael Steinberg has been sentenced to 42 months, reports CNBC's Scott Cohn.
If you survive Wall Street, it will make you better, faster, stronger in everything you do after that, says ex-Galleon trader Turney Duff.
Toshihide Iguchi, Author of 'My Billion Dollar Education - Inside the Mind of a Rogue Trader,' explains his acts that caused Daiwa Bank to lose $1.1 billion in 1995.
Former KPMG Senior Partner Scott London was sentenced to 14 months in prison today. London did not comment as he left the court, other than to respond to an encounter with a CNBC camera. His attorney, Harlan Braun, calls the sentence "fair."
CNBC's Kate Kelly reports Bill Ackman did the bulk of his buying of Allergan through the off-exchange options market.
A U.S. appeals court is set hear a case whose outcome could make it harder to prosecute insider trading and may jeopardize some guilty verdicts.
A former BP employee will pay to settle allegations of insider-trading during the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill, U.S. regulators said.
The SEC has settled insider trading charges with a former BP employee. CNBC's Scott Cohn reports.
Ex-Galleon trader Turney Duff offers an insider's view of how learned about Wall Street's dirty little secret: insider trading.