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Martha Stewart
Once an expert on "gracious living," Martha Stewart was convicted of conspiracy and obstruction of justice in a notorious insider stock trading case in 2004. Beginning with the 1982 publication of her book Entertaining, Stewart made a name for h... More »
Born: August 3, 1941 (age 75), Nutley, New Jersey

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ImClone_stock_trading_case

A U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and U.S. Attorney probe of trading in the shares of ImClone Systems resulted in a widely publicized criminal case, which resulted in prison terms for media celebrity Martha Stewart, ImClone ... founder of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, also became embroiled in the scandal ...

coveringbusiness.com/2012/05/15/what-martha-stewart-did-wrong

May 15, 2012 ... On December 27, 2001, media mogul and celebrity homemaker Martha Stewart sold her stake in the biotech company ImClone. Two days later ...

www.thoughtco.com/martha-stewarts-insider-trading-case-1146196

Mar 7, 2017 ... Back in 2004, media mogul Martha Stewart served five months in federal prison. What was her crime? The case was all about insider trading.

www.wsj.com/articles/SB107833235519345426

A federal jury found Martha Stewart guilty of all four counts related to obstructing a government investigation into her sale of ImClone stock, giving the U.S. a big ...

danielsethics.mgt.unm.edu/pdf/martha%20stewart%20case.pdf

Martha Stewart's Insider Trading. Scandal. INTRODUCTION. Martha Stewart is one of the few business mavens who can still claim widespread popularity after a.

money.cnn.com/2004/03/05/news/companies/martha_verdict

Mar 10, 2004 ... A jury found Martha Stewart guilty Friday on all four counts of obstructing ... Ironically, Erbitux, the ImClone drug at the heart of the scandal, was ...

www.nytimes.com/2004/07/17/business/martha-stewart-s-sentence-overview-5-months-jail-stewart-vows-ll-be-back.html

Jul 17, 2004 ... Martha Stewart received the minimum sentence yesterday -- five months in prison , plus five months of home confinement -- for lying to federal ...

biography.yourdictionary.com/articles/why-did-martha-stewart-go-to-jail.html

In the months that followed the insider trading, news began to spread of Martha Stewart's involvement in the scandal. She repeatedly denied any wrongdoing; ...

www.sec.gov/news/press/2003-69.htm

Washington, D.C., June 4, 2003 -- The Securities and Exchange Commission today filed securities fraud charges against Martha Stewart and her former ...