Here's a list of some of the most high-profile exits of President Donald Trump's White House.
A former hedge fund manager on Friday fought for a chance to get former Manhattan US Attorney Preet Bharara on the witness stand.
What makes Preet Bharara tick? “Easy headlines” and “brownie points.”
Not everyone in the financial world is all broken up over President Donald Trump forcing former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara out of office.
"I did not resign," Bharara says in a tweet.
They say crime doesn’t pay.
The U.S. dropped insider-trading charges against Michael Steinberg, a former fund manager at SAC Capital Advisors who was convicted by a federal jury, in the latest fallout from a major appeals court ruling that made such prosecutions more difficult.
It has become a familiar pattern: The computer system of a big American company is breached, the personal information of tens of millions of customers is stolen and a public outcry ensues. Rarely are the thieves caught.
A 2010 raid of now-defunct hedge fund Level Global was "based completely on a lie," an attorney for the fund's manager David Ganek argued on Friday.
The U.S. government wants an extra month to decide whether to appeal a landmark ruling making it harder to bring insider trading charges, a decision that also threw out key convictions in Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara’s seven-year probe of market manipulation.