The Galleon Group co-founder was sentenced to 11 years in prison after an eight-week trial. He is appealing his conviction.

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The Galleon Group co-founder was sentenced to 11 years in prison after an eight-week trial. He is appealing his conviction.

Photograph by Peter Foley/Bloomberg

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Raj Rajaratnam
Raj Rajaratnam

The Galleon Group co-founder was sentenced to 11 years in prison after an eight-week trial. He is appealing his conviction.

Photograph by Peter Foley/Bloomberg
Anil Kumar
Anil Kumar

A former McKinsey director and college buddy of Rajaratnam, he pleaded guilty to passing him confidential information and testified for the prosecution in the hedge fund manager’s trial. He has not been sentenced.

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Danielle Chiesi
Danielle Chiesi

The former consultant for New Castle Funds pleaded guilty to passing inside information to Rajaratnam. She was sentenced to 2½ years in prison.

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James Fleishman
James Fleishman

The ex-Primary Global Research executive was sentenced to 2½ years in prison after a jury convicted him of conspiring to funnel inside information to clients. He has appealed his conviction.

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Mark Anthony Longoria
Mark Anthony Longoria

A former Primary Global Research consultant and supply-chain manager for Advanced Micro Devices, he pleaded guilty to conspiracy and securities fraud. He has not been sentenced.

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Rajat Gupta
Rajat Gupta

The former Goldman Sachs director and senior partner at McKinsey was charged with multiple counts of securities fraud. He has pleaded not guilty.

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Douglas Whitman
Douglas Whitman

Founder of Whitman Capital and Roomy Khan’s former neighbor, he was charged with conspiring to commit securities fraud. The SEC says they shared stock tips. Whitman has pleaded not guilty.

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Roomy Khan
Roomy Khan

A former Intel and Galleon employee, she pleaded guilty to insider trading charges and has assisted federal prosecutors in a wide-ranging probe. She has not been sentenced.

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Winifred Jiau
Winifred Jiau

The former Primary Global Research consultant was sentenced to four years in prison after she was convicted of passing public company data to hedge funds. Prosecutors said she was paid $208,000 for her tips.