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Galleon Fund Chief Guilty of Fraud and Conspiracy
By PETER LATTMAN and AZAM AHMED 11 minutes ago
Raj Rajaratnam, the billionaire chief of the Galleon Group hedge fund, is the most prominent figure convicted in the government crackdown on Wall Street insider trading.
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The insider trading case stemmed from an investigation that began before the crimes were committed, and that made all the difference.
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The Syrian military intensified a methodical, ferocious march across the country’s most restive locales.
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