Edward Wyatt

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Federal Judge Jed Rakoff is still considering Citigroup's latest settlement of fraud charges brought by the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Are Wall Street Execs Getting Off Easy for Committing Fraud?

Federal Judge Jed Rakoff is still considering Citigroup's latest settlement of fraud charges brought by the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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A federal judge is still considering Citigroup's latest settlement of fraud charges brought by the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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A federal judge is still considering Citigroup's latest settlement of fraud charges brought by the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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