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Self-described Wall Street ‘bad boy’ stands trial

NEW YORK CITY — Ross Mandell has embraced his billing as Wall Street's "bad boy" investment manager — a shameless self-promoter who brags about how he over-indulged in fast-lane excesses before getting sober, bulking up and becoming rich during the dot-com binge in the late 1990s and early 2000s.

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Spitzer dissects Wall Street probe

ALBANY — Former New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer, who cracked down on insider abuses on Wall Street, said Wednesday that the new federal push against potential insider trading has the hallmarks of important work, if the innovative approach can prove the communication is illegal.

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Feds turn up heat on Wall Street

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Federal investigators have turned up the heat on Wall Street, raiding three hedge funds in what one of the targets called a wide-ranging probe of insider trading. The FBI on Monday searched the New York offices of Level Global Investors LP ...

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