Finger Pointing: Wall Street's scandal grows

Wall Street's scandal grows

When the Securities and Exchange Commission snared Dennis Levine two months ago in the biggest insider-trading case ever, jittery Wall Streeters were sure the scandal would spread. Last week it did. Robert Wilkis, 37, until June a first vice president of E.F. Hutton and at one time with Lazard Freres, and Ira Sokolow, 32, a former vice president of Shearson Lehman Bros., were accused in a civil complaint drawn up by the SEC of conspiring with Levine, 33, a former managing director of Drexel Burnham Lambert, as part of an insider-trading ring. They allegedly enriched themselves by using or selling important...

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