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As Boesky faces sentencing, the insider-trading probe rolls on

What ever happened to the insider-trading scandal? Black Monday, that's what. Since Oct. 19, crash has replaced crime as the top story on Wall Street. Some traders have even hoped that the markets' continued fragility might persuade the Government to delay further insider-trading probes lest new revelations drive stock prices even lower. No such luck. U.S. District Attorney Rudolph Giuliani maintains that even though the spotlight has shifted elsewhere, the investigations are proceeding at full speed. Says the Manhattan-based prosecutor, who has led the crackdown on Wall Street crooks: "Whatever the state of the market, our job is to uphold the...

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