How To Turn a Hedge Fund Into an Informer January 08, 2013The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network is working on a rule that could force hedge funds to blow the whistle on themselves. Insider Trading: Gupta Pleads To Go To Rwanda, Not Jail October 18, 2012Gupta's lawyers argue that a lengthy prison sentence isn't necessary. But perhaps Rwanda isn't right for him either. Arrest Of Former Goldman Exec Could Lead To More Juicy Wall Street Revelations October 26, 2011Gupta was saved the humiliation of a perp walk, which could be far from incidental. It's Not A Good Time To Be An Insider Trader October 13, 2011New investigative techniques and less lenient judges mean life (behind bars) is tougher than ever before for insider traders. Does Insider Trading Warrant A 24-Year Prison Sentence? September 20, 2011Next week a judge will be handing down a sentence to Raj Rajaratnam, former head of the Galleon Group. GoodFellas II: The Feds Are Watching Traders At Home April 28, 2011The FBI told a hedge fund trader they "had recorded his conversations for a very long time, that they knew 'everything' about him and his family and friends," sparking a debate about the rights and wrongs of wiretapping. What Email? For Goldman Sachs, Voicemail Is Still Best March 25, 2011Lloyd Blankfein told jurors at the insider trading trial of Raj Rajaratnam, that he sometimes does not read his e-mail and prefers instead to listen to voice mail. Wall Street Has Its Very Own WikiLeaks, And It Isn't Pretty March 17, 2011As the Galleon trial unfolds in a lower Manhattan courtroom, prosecutors have been playing a series of secretly taped phone conversations made by the FBI. 'Insider Trading' Trial Of The Century Starts Today March 08, 2011A judge began vetting potential jurors today in the insider trading trial of hedge-fund executive Raj Rajaratnam. Insider Trading Probe Is Felt Beyond World Of Hedge Funds January 24, 2011A Morgan Stanley banker has become the first Wall Street banker publicly drawn into the Galleon investigation. New SEC Zeal Helped Dismantle Hedge Fund Insider Trading Scheme November 10, 2009The SEC is under tremendous pressure because of its failure with Madoff, says Larry Tabb, founder of Tabb Group. "We'll be seeing more fines and more criminal proceedings as the SEC tries to re-establish its reputation."