Was Leon Cooperman, CEO of Omega Advisors, turned in by his own son? Alexandra Stevenson, New York Times hedge fund reporter, discusses the details of what she calls Cooperman's "Shakespearean drama."
CNBC's Kate Kelly reports on allegations billionaire Leon Cooperman learned inside information at Atlas Pipeline Partners.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports the latest details surrounding SEC's insider trading allegations against Omega Advisers CEO Leon Cooperman. James Kousouros, Kousouros Law Defense Attorney, discusses what's next for Cooperman if allegations hold true.
Cooperman says the SEC charges are "without merit" and he plans to fight them.
CNBC's Kate Kelly reports the latest on the SEC's insider trading charges against Omega Advisers and Leon Cooperman.
The SEC announced it is pursuing insider trading charges Wednesday against billionaire hedge fund manager Leon Cooperman and his firm Omega Advisors.
Leon Cooperman denied insider trading charges against him and his firm Wednesday, saying he would vigorously defend against the accusations.
CNBC's Scott Wapner reports the latest on the SEC's charges against Omega Advisers and Leon Cooperman.
CNBC's David Faber reports that the SEC has filed insider trading charges against Leon Cooperman and Omega Advisers.
Sean Stewart is likely to go to jail after his father, who made $150,000 from trading on tips passed by his son, refused to testify in his defense.
The FBI in New York City has undisclosed probes into about 30 suspected insider trading schemes, the agency said.
CNBC's Kate Kelly reports that former Visium fund manager charged with insider trading, Sanjay Valvani, was found dead in an apparent suicide, according to Dow Jones.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports on hedge fund Visium Assets Management.
The SEC alleges former SAP executive and three friends were involved in insider trading, regarding a tip about a merger, reports CNBC's Eamon Javers.
Jim Stewart, The New York Times, discusses his column about Billy Walters and calls it the worst "insider deal in history."
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on the U.S. government's insider trading charges against the former chairman of Dean Foods and Las Vegas sports gambler Billy Walters. Golfer Phil Michelson is named as a "relief defendant."
The Securities and Exchange Commission named Phil Mickelson in a federal insider trading lawsuit. James Kousouros, Law Offices of James Kousouros founder and principal, weighs in.
CNBC's Jane Wells looks into golfer Phil Mickelson's involvement in the Dean Foods insider trading scandal.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports the latest in the insider trading case against Dean Foods ex-chairman Thomas Davis.
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.