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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 76), Nutley, New Jersey


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 ...


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 ...


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 ...


Jun 2, 2014 ... From Martha Stewart to Wall Street hedge fund kings, there have been a number of high-profile convictions related to insider trading.


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


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 ...


Aug 1, 2017 ... Read CNN's Fast Facts on author, television personality and entrepreneur, Martha Stewart.


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; ...


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