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Stewart / Insider Trading / Indictment #730072

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 04, 2003
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Studio: Anthony Mason) The indictment of Martha Stewart in the ImClone insider trading case featured; scenes shown of Stewart going into court; details of the case, also involving broker Peter Bacanovic††, reviewed; statement from Stewart’s lawyer quoted. [US attorney James COMEY†- comments on the case.] [SEC Wayne CARLIN†- says Stewart sold her stock when former ImClone CEO sold his.] [CBS legal analyst Andrew COHEN†- says the defense will be able to point out that the SEC did not charge former Enron CEO Kenneth Lay or others with greater losses.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Studio: Mika Brzezinski) The possible impact of the indictment on Stewart’s empire and her company, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, examined. [Marketing consultant Lori KAPNER†- says people will still buy her products but it will be a significant marketing challenge.] [Crisis management expert Eric DEZENHALL†- states the scandal has to do with the fact that Stewart is a woman.] [On the street, WOMAN – says they’re blaming her because of her celebrity.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Stewart’s stock figures cited; Stock Market Report.

Rather, Dan;
Mason, Anthony;
Brzezinski, Mika

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