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Ex-Apple lawyer in charge of preventing insider trading indicted for insider trading

[2019-10-26 01:28:17]

A former top Apple lawyer who was in charge of preventing insider trading at the company was himself indicted on insider trading charges. Gene Levoff — who worked at the iPhone maker for a decade between 2008 and 2018 — allegedly used his access to inside information such as early, unpublished financial results to trade...

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