A Bigger Stick Against Inside Traders
In March, Michael G. Sargent got some disturbing news: The Securities & Exchange Commission had filed civil charges alleging insider trading against the Massachusetts dentist. But the real shocker came on May 7, when the U.S. Attorney in Boston indicted Sargent on charges of lying to the SEC and reaping illegal profits.
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