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Boesky Sentencing #106983

ABC Evening News for Friday, Dec 18, 1987
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(NYC: Richard Threlkeld) Sentencing of Ivan Boesky for his insider trading activities on Wall Street reported; details given, sketches shown. ["American Lawyer" editor-in-chief Steven BRILL - says Boesky got good deal.] [US attorney Rudolph GIULIANI - comments on Boesky's cooperation.] Impact of Boesky's trial on Wall Street noted. [MAN - says things have changed.] Efforts by stk. market and Congress to prevent further illegal insider trading detailed. [New York Stk. Exchange vice president Don. SOLODAR - says better chance of catching criminals than last year] [MAN - says business goes on.] [May 18, 1986, BOESKY - urges graduates to seek wealth.] Scenes shown from "Wall Street", movie inspired by Boesky case. [BRILL - says Boesky gets to keep most of money.] (Artist: Aggie Whelan Kenny)

Jennings, Peter;
Threlkeld, Richard

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