Will US federal appeals court overturn Rajat Gupta's 2012 insider trading conviction?

Will US federal appeals court overturn Rajat Gupta's 2012 insider trading conviction?

Rajat Gupta, a former director of Goldman Sachs Group Inc and global managing director of McKinsey & Co, has persuaded a federal appeals court to take a fresh look at overturning his 2012 insider trading conviction.

Rajat Gupta gets new chance to void insider trading conviction

Rajat Gupta, a former director of Goldman Sachs Group Inc and global managing director of McKinsey & Co, has persuaded a federal appeals court to take a fresh look at overturning his 2012 insider trading conviction.

Rajat Gupta to finish sentence at New York home

Rajat Gupta to finish sentence at New York home

Goldman Sachs Group's former Indian American director Rajat Gupta, freed early after serving 19 months in federal prison, will have to stay at home until March with an ankle bracelet, according to a media report.

 

Gupta's latest bid to reverse insider trading conviction fails

Gupta's latest bid to reverse insider trading conviction fails

Less than three months before his two-year prison term ends, India-born former Goldman Sachs director Rajat Gupta has lost yet another bid to overturn his conviction on insider trading charges, with an appeals court here rejecting his latest legal challenge.

'Bridging gender gap may add Rs 46 trillion to India's GDP in 2025'

'Bridging gender gap may add Rs 46 trillion to India's GDP in 2025'

 Pushing gender equality can deliver a sizeable additional economic growth and could add Rs 46 lakh crore (USD 700 billion) to India's GDP in 2025, a McKinsey report says.

Sheena murder case: New revelations about Peter Mukherjea

New revelations have emerged about Peter Mukherjea and his company INX!

Rajat Gupta files appeal to overturn insider trading conviction

Pursuing yet another legal recourse, India-born former Goldman Sachs director Rajat Gupta has filed a fresh appeal in a US court against a federal judge's ruling that had denied his bid to throw out his two-year sentence and conviction on insider trading charges.

Rajat Gupta's appeal to overturn insider trading conviction rejected

Rajat Gupta's appeal to overturn insider trading conviction rejected

A US federal judge has rejected a fresh appeal by India-born former Goldman Sachs director Rajat Gupta to overturn his insider trading conviction, ruling that the "hard fact remains" he committed a "serious crime" and pursuing further legal options will serve no purpose.

From insider trading to washing dishes in jail: This is how Rajat Gupta spends time

From insider trading to washing dishes in jail: This is how Rajat Gupta spends time

Rajat Gupta, currently serving two years in a federal prison in Massachusetts washed dishes at the prison cafeteria briefly according to an account in NYT.

Gupta should end challenge to insider trading verdict: Bharara

The US has opposed India-born former Goldman Sachs director Rajat Gupta's fresh appeal to overturn his insider trading conviction, saying he should now end his challenge to the jury's "well-founded" verdict that he gained from his illegal tips to ex-hedge fund founder Raj Rajaratnam.

'Gupta, Rajaratnam occasionally run into each other in prison'

Gupta and Rajaratnam are under the same roof at the prison with 1,000 other inmates.

Rajat Gupta tries new legal recourse to overturn conviction

India-born former Goldman Sachs director Rajat Gupta is resorting to fresh legal recourse to appeal denial by a US judge of his bid to overturn his two- year sentence and conviction on insider trading charges.

Rajat Gupta's appeal to quash insider trading conviction fails

Gupta, 66, was convicted in 2012 of passing confidential boardroom information to now jailed hedge fund founder Raj Rajaratnam.

Ex-Goldman director, Rajat Gupta, fails to void insider trading conviction

Gupta, 66, who is also a former McKinsey & Co global managing director, is serving a two-year prison term, and eligible for release next March.

US Supreme Court rejects Rajat Gupta's insider trading appeal

The US Supreme Court on Monday left intact the 2012 insider trading conviction of former Goldman Sachs Group Inc director Rajat Gupta.

Ties with Rajaratnam not proof of quid pro quo: Rajat Gupta

India-born former Goldman Sachs director Rajat Gupta seeking to set aside his conviction on insider trading charges has said his friendship with jailed hedge fund founder Raj Rajaratnam does not prove he received personal gain by passing on classified information.

US opposes Rajat Gupta's plea to reverse conviction

India-born ex-Goldman Sachs director Rajat Gupta's conviction on insider trading charges should not be thrown out as the government provided "overwhelming" proof against him for passing on illegal information in return for "expected potential pecuniary gains," US prosecutors said.

US opposes Rajat Gupta's plea to reverse conviction

India-born ex-Goldman Sachs director Rajat Gupta's conviction on insider trading charges should not be thrown out as the government provided "overwhelming" proof against him for passing on illegal information in return for "expected potential pecuniary gains," US prosecutors said.

Rajaratnam, Gupta seek to void US insider trading penalties

The men are the highest-profile defendants convicted in a US insider trading crackdown, focused mainly on hedge funds, unveiled in 2009.

Rajaratnam, Gupta seek to void US insider trading penalties

Galleon Group hedge fund founder Raj Rajaratnam and former Goldman Sachs Group Inc director Rajat Gupta are seeking to overturn penalties imposed against them for insider trading, citing a recent U.S. court decision that narrowed the definition of that offence.