Confessions of an Insider Trader
Every dawn in the early spring of 2011, Matthew Kluger peered out a window of his home in Oakton, Va., wondering when federal agents would knock at his door. Kluger, a mergers-and-acquisitions lawyer, says he worried that authorities were closing in on him as the source of illegal tips in a three-man insider-trading ring that eluded detection for 17 years.
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