Joseph Jett's Defense Will Look LikeLeah Nathans Spiro
A rogue trader who created $350 million in bogus profits in a scam designed to pump up his own bonus to $9 million in 1993? That is how Kidder, Peabody & Co. has portrayed Joseph Jett, whose activities are at the center of one of the biggest Wall Street scandals in years.
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