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April 12, 2012



Why is providing "their best trading ideas to firm traders and a select group of Goldman's top clients" illegal? What is next, sending your best customers a Christmas present?

Joe Jefferis

The "blue line" idea is a failure. Reinstate Glass-Steagal like segregation of financial responsibilities and at least make it a little more difficult to "huddle" with inside information within the too big to fail groups.


Why is this headline not "Goldman Sachs Settles Insider Trading Case"?

What if it was Bain Capital?

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