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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.
(New York: Dan Harris) The question of whether Martha Stewart had inside information before she sold her ImClone stock examined; details given of the roles of ImClone CEO Sam Waksal, stock broker Peter Bacanovic, his assistant Douglas Faneuil & Stewart's assistant Ann Armstrong in the stock sale & evidence of it. [Representative Jim GREENWOOD- says the evidence looks damning for Stewart.] Stewart's explanation that there was a standing order to sell the stock noted. [Law professor John COFFEE- says the e-mail suggests Martha was deciding to sell.]
- Gibson, Charles;
- Harris, Dan
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