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(Quartz)   PROTIP: Don't connect with your insider trading partner on LinkedIn   (qz.com) divider line 10
    More: Fail, LinkedIn, National Australia Bank, insider trading partner, insider trading  
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1298 clicks; posted to Business » on 12 May 2014 at 11:47 PM (45 weeks ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



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2014-05-12 10:26:23 PM  
he made 5 million
they are both out on bail
um

take the money and RUN
duh
 
2014-05-12 11:05:17 PM  
But it's sooooso haaardddd! They send you like a million suggestions and eventually you just start hitting OK on all of them because you think it'll help your career.
 
2014-05-12 11:28:55 PM  
How else am I supposed to exchange all these sheep for stone?
 
2014-05-13 04:46:58 AM  
Ah, but if you disconnect with the person they think you're insider trading with they'd use that as evidence that you were covering up.
 
2014-05-13 05:15:23 AM  
What kind of a baby tells on someone??? Boooooo
 
2014-05-13 05:43:13 AM  

farkette716: What kind of a baby tells on someone??? Boooooo


No shiat. Dude could have made bank blackmailing them for a %
 
hej
2014-05-13 08:22:23 AM  
Considering how many people that I've never met who want to "connect" with me on LinkedIn, I'd say the odds are pretty high that at least one of them is guilty of insider trading.
 
2014-05-13 08:40:12 AM  

namatad: take the money and RUN


No need to.  They will do 6 months to a year a prison and if they hid the money properly, all is well in the force
 
2014-05-13 10:23:22 AM  

wildcardjack: Ah, but if you disconnect with the person they think you're insider trading with they'd use that as evidence that you were covering up.


Here's the problem with what has been happening the last decade on Wall Street... who is the "they" investigating these crimes? Near as I can tell, there isn't an investigative body or federal prosecutor in this country who even understands how to begin investigating these financial businesses for evidence of lawbreaking.

Well-documented events like the LIBOR rate scandal shouldn't only be discussed by the media. If today's "journalists" can stumble across bits of information like this, a competent criminal investigator should be able to find mountains of it.
 
2014-05-14 08:30:51 AM  
Oh...Australia.....makes sense.  I came in here ready to say the U.S. doesn't punish insider trading unless you are a woman that has a cooking show.
 
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