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“Insider Trading” is a nebulous subject that conjures up images of a jailed Martha Stewart (most likely in couture stripes). While there is such a thing as “legal” insider trading, the more interesting concept that we love to see in media involves “illegal” insider trading. Illegal insider trading is a simple concept. An employee who…

By Philip Olsen On June 25, a federal court in California sentenced one of Gulfstream’s executives to eleven years in prison for embezzling company funds.[1] The Savannah-based private aircraft company hired Marvin Jay Caukin in 2000 and immediately put him in charge of finance and accounting for two of its facilities. Right away, Caukin asked…

By Nesrein Al-Haddad The only reason to launder money is to allow the perpetrator of criminal activity to use the fruits of their crime (aka money). Although heavily perpetrated, this criminal offense became infamous after shows like HBO’s The Wire. This drama depicted how drug traffickers infiltrated their ill-gotten gains into businesses, and housing developments…

By Philip Olsen  You may have heard recently about the FIFA bribery scandal. These are only the latest developments in an ongoing narrative of corruption and fraud plaguing FIFA’s public image this summer. The Department of Justice just indicted fourteen foreign soccer and business officials on bribery charges.[1] It claims the officials accepted bribes from…

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