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Stewart / Insider Trading #729988

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 03, 2003
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(No location given: Jim Acosta) A likely indictment for Martha Stewart in the ImClone stock insider trading case featured; statement from Stewart’s lawyer quoted; drops in Stewart’s stock prices cited. [Martha Stewart Omnimedia director Arthur MARTINEZ†- relays shareholder support for Stewart.] [Representative Jim GREENWOOD†- suggests a cover-up effort by Stewart.] [“Martha Inc.” author Christopher BYRON†- says this is a ruining climax to one of the great careers in American business.] [From “The Early Show” in June, 2002, STEWART – says this will all be resolved.] [New York Law School Jeffrey HAAS†- says Stewart can clear her name.]

Rather, Dan;
Acosta, Jim

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