Insider Trading


Andy Serwer
* Editor-at-large, Fortune magazine; wrote profile of Imclone CEO Sam Waksal called The Socialite Scientist for April 15, 2002 issue

Jack Coffee
* Law Professor, Columbia Law School (specializes in corporations, securities regulation and white collar crime)

Cameron Funkhouser
* Head, Market Surveillance Program, NASD (National Association of Securities Dealers)

W. Michael Hoffman
* Executive Director, The Center for Business Ethics, Bentley College, Waltham, MA

Can making money in the stock market be wrong? The law says yes, when your profit comes from insider information. But, does every tip spell trouble? What exactly is insider trading? And who does it? Inside the world of insider trading.

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