'Marketplace' Report: Insider Trading Investigators have cracked one of the largest insider-trading rings on Wall Street, and charged more than a dozen people with illegal trading Thursday. The multi-million dollar scandal involved some of the country's top financial firms.
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'Marketplace' Report: Insider Trading

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'Marketplace' Report: Insider Trading

'Marketplace' Report: Insider Trading

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Investigators have cracked one of the largest insider-trading rings on Wall Street, and charged more than a dozen people with illegal trading Thursday. The multi-million dollar scandal involved some of the country's top financial firms. Marketplace's John Dimsdale talks with Luke Burbank.