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March 15, 2000 | SHARON WALSH, WASHINGTON POST
A temporary worker at two of the country's premier investment banks used the power of the Internet to identify companies about to merge and passed tips on to 18 individuals who made $8.4 million in illegal stock-trading profits, according to charges brought Tuesday by prosecutors and securities officials. John J. Freeman, a part-time computer graphics worker, obtained information about companies that were described but not named in merger documents prepared at Goldman, Sachs & Co.
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March 15, 2000 | SHARON WALSH, WASHINGTON POST
A temporary worker at two of the country's premier investment banks used the power of the Internet to identify companies about to merge and passed tips on to 18 individuals who made $8.4 million in illegal stock-trading profits, according to charges brought Tuesday by prosecutors and securities officials. John J. Freeman, a part-time computer graphics worker, obtained information about companies that were described but not named in merger documents prepared at Goldman, Sachs & Co.
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