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Lessons learned from the Rajaratnam case
By Stephen M. Schultz and Jamie L. NashIf we’ve learned anything from the trial of former Galleon Group chief Raj Rajaratnam it’s that what you know is less important than how you know it. In the view of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, a person can be guilty of
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