Crime Insider Trading


  • Insider trading web

    New York is charging former Dean Foods chairman Thomas Davis and pro gambler and investor William "Billy" Walters in regard to an insider trading scheme, and golfer Phil Mickelson was not charged, but was named in a civil suit. Seth Waxman, Dickinson Wright SEC enforcement, and John Coffee, Columbia University Law School, provide perspective.

  • Phil Mickelson, Pro golfer

    U.S. authorities charged a former chairman of Dean Foods and a professional Las Vegas gambler with engaging in a years-long insider trading scheme.

  • SEC: Mickelson profited from trading Dean Foods

    Andrew Ceresney, Securities & Exchange Commission, holds a news conference to announce criminal charges in an insider trading case, and golfer Phil Mickelson's involvement.

  • Bharara: Info passed on spinoff of WhiteWave

    U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara details the criminal charges against former Dean Foods Chairman Thomas C. Davis and businessman William T. Walters, in an insider trading scheme.

  • NY charges ex-Dean Foods Chairman & pro gambler

    Former Dean Foods Chairman Thomas C. Davis and businessman William T. Walters has been charged with insider trading. U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara holds a news conference.

  • Mickelson: Won't profit from questionable trade

    CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on the latest with the Dean Foods insider trading case.

  • Insider trading charge against former Dean Foods chairman

    U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara to announce insider trading charges against Thomas Davis and well-known Las Vegas gambler Billy Walters. The case alleges inside information was given about the 2013 spinoff of Whitewave Foods.

  • Martyn Dodgson was found guilty of passing inside information on six stocks, generating millions of dollars in illicit profits.

  • Insider trading concept

    It's trickier to get away with insider trading nowadays but does it still exist on Wall Street? "1,000 percent," One trader said.

  • Steve Cohen at Point 72 Asset Management.

    Securities regulators have banned hedge fund manager Steven Cohen from supervising funds that manage outside money until 2018.

  • Mary Jo White on short sellers and insider trading

    SEC Chair Mary Jo White talks with CNBC's Mary Thompson, about the impact of social media on short selling. Also Chair White weighs in on laws governing insider trading and equity market structure.

  • China cracks the whip to tame market rigging

    China is stepping up efforts to find market sell off perpetrators, arresting the country's top investor over the weekend.

  • How to catch rogue traders out

    Sailpoint’s founder & president, Kevin Cunningham, says the easier way for hackers to hijack an enterprise is through its internal employees – whether that’s using insiders or hijacked identities.

  • Preet Bharara

    Wall Street's victory over Uncle Sam continued Thursday as seven more insider trading convictions went up in smoke.

  • Insider trading hits fantasy sports

    Two major fantasy companies were forced to release statements defending their businesses' integrity after what amounted to allegations of insider trading, that employees were placing bets using information not available to the public.

  • US Attorney Preet Bharara responds to Supreme Court setback

    CNBC's Kate Kelly reports on US Attorney Preet Bharara's reaction to the Supreme Court turning down a high profile insider trading case.

  • SCOTUS declines to hear insider trading case

    Anthony Chiasson attorney discusses the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to decline to hear the insider trading case of Todd Newman and Anthony Chiasson who were found guilty of insider trading in 2012.

  • Supreme Court declines to hear insider trading appeal

    The U.S. Supreme Court is declining to hear a Justice Department appeal in a major insider trading case, reports CNBC's Kate Kelly.

  • SEC setback in insider trading case

    CNBC's Dominic Chu reports on a case involving a former Wells Fargo trader that may actually help define insider trading.

  • Insider buying surge

    Ben Silverman,, provides perspective to some strong insider buying.