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SEC still plans to pursue charges

Pair now will face civil complaints of insider trading

By Andrew Caffrey
Globe Staff / March 6, 2004

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Martha Stewart's troubles aren't over. Even though Stewart faces jail for her conviction on federal criminal charges that she lied and obstructed justice, the home fashion executive also faces another prosecution on the core action that got her into so much trouble -- the December 2001 sale of ImClone Systems Inc. stock, which federal regulators said violated civil insider trading ... (Full Article: 979 Words)

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