Federal prosecutors allege a California woman committted securities fraud by passing information to hedge funds
IBM's former server chief, Robert Moffat, on Monday pleaded guilty to charges of conspiracy to commit securities fraud in a case connected to an insider-trading scandal.
IBM's former server chief, Robert Moffat, is heading to court on Monday after he agreed to waive his right to a grand jury in a case related to the Galleon Group insider-training scandal, according to court documents.
The IBM executive charged with <a href="http://www.networkworld.com/news/2009/102109-ibm-legal-trouble.html">insider trading</a> by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is out of a job at Big Blue.
IBM has placed Robert Moffat, the head of its Systems and Technology Group, on a leave of absence after he was charged by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in an alleged insider-trading scheme.
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