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    Accused Insider Trader Doug Whitman Made A Halfhearted Attempt At The Faux Sympathy Route In Pumping Depressed Informant For Inside Information

    Shortly before losing his patience and wondering aloud what the hell she was good for if not bringing him hot tips.

    FBI informant Roomy Khan, 53, told jury that she gleaned illegal tips on Polycom’s earnings from Sunil Bhalla, a former Polycom exec who was placed on leave in 2009. She then passed those tips to Whitman [Capital founder Doug Whitman] and a handful of other hedgie pals, including convicted Galleon Group co-founder Raj Rajaratnam and her bosses at Trivium Capital Management…“You know what would make you feel better?” Whitman asked Khan when she started complaining about her lot in life. “Calling Sunil and getting a good call on Polycom and being able to short it.” “Yeah, but I could go to jail for doing that, too,” Khan said. “You’re not going to be a slimeball, what do I want to talk to you for,” Whitman said.

    Roomy Not Slimy [NYP]

    / Aug 8, 2012 at 1:36 PM
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    Hedge Fund Manager Accused Of Insider Trading Reveals Inner 12 Year-Old Girl In Unleashing Nuclear Option On Partner In Crime

    A Northern California hedge-fund manager was charged Friday with making more than $900,000 on trades in Google Inc. and other technology companies based on improper tips he allegedly received from a neighbor and a business associate. U.S. authorities alleged that Doug Whitman, of Whitman Capital in Menlo Park, Calif., shared information about other publicly traded […]

    / Feb 10, 2012 at 5:09 PM

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