‘Having fallen from respected insider to convicted inside trader, Mr. Gupta has now exchanged the lofty boardroom for the prospect of a lowly jail cell’ — Preet Bharara, the United States attorney in Manhattan.
‘What did Mr. Gupta get by giving Raj this information? A need for greed’ — Ronnie Sesso, juror
‘A Dirty Business: New York’s top prosecutor [Preet Bharara] takes on Wall Street crime’, George Packer in The New Yorker, June 27, 2011:
The Khan Academy is a splendid concept. Sal Khan could and should have done a better commencement address at his alma mater but here’s the mixture of the banal and the inspirational: