Cablevision admitted that it awarded stock options to a vice chairman after he died. The company backdated the options to make it look like the executive had received them while he was still alive. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
More companies are raising money on Wall Street these days without telling investors what they plan to do with it. It's not illegal, but there's word today regulators are looking into the practice. Amy Scott reports.
It's back to '80s, at least when it comes to corporate mergers. A New York Times report says these big deals may mean a lot of insider trading. Host Scott Jagow speaks to Columbia University professor John Coffee.