Prosecuting Corporate America Host Bob Edwards talks with law professor Lawrence Mitchell, author of Corporate Irresponsibility: America's Newest Export (Yale University Press), about the sentencing yesterday of ImClone CEO Samuel Waksal to at least seven years in prison for insider stock trading. They discuss whether the lengthy prison term signals a tougher approach for federal prosecutors.

Prosecuting Corporate America

Prosecuting Corporate America

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Host Bob Edwards talks with law professor Lawrence Mitchell, author of Corporate Irresponsibility: America's Newest Export (Yale University Press), about the sentencing yesterday of ImClone CEO Samuel Waksal to at least seven years in prison for insider stock trading. They discuss whether the lengthy prison term signals a tougher approach for federal prosecutors.