Quartz: Don’t let the SAC case turn into another trial of the 1%


December 2, 2013

The seemingly endless criminal investigation of SAC Capital appears to be winding down. The headline outcome: the firm pled guilty to insider trading and will pay $1.8 billion in tribute. Meanwhile, founder Steven A. Cohen fortuitously seems to be avoiding prosecution and preserving a $9 billion bankroll. To many people, that’s odd logic by the US Department of Justice: Can a non-criminal run a criminal organization? Read More…


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