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Phil Mickelson and notorious gambler William Walters were named in an SEC complaint regarding insider trading.
When I arrived on the Street in 1994, insider trading was as commonplace as jaywalking. There were things that might have seemed a bit questionable to an outsider, but they qualified as part of the game.
The man entrusted with preventing a grand jury from bringing criminal charges against Perry once worked just as hard to put him in jail.
Being present isn’t easy, especially since the death of my favorite client, the handsome banker Dirk Goldfinger, whose conviction for insider trading was last fall’s big news, and since I attended his wake this spring and subsequently, at a party for...