- STEWART TRIAL DATE SET. Goldsmith, Jill // Daily Variety;6/20/2003, Vol. 279 Issue 53, p5
Reports on the setting of a trial date for celebrity Martha Stewart following a not guilty plea to charges of conspiracy, obstruction and securities fraud in the U.S. Provision of additional time for document analysis; Schedule for oral arguments for motions in the case; Details on the lawsuit...
- Women execs face more scrutiny than males. Klein, Ed // Westchester County Business Journal;6/16/2003, Vol. 42 Issue 24, p45
Reports on developments concerning the business sector in Westchester County, New York as of June 16, 2003. Reaction of the business community to the manner in which the U.S. Justice Department secured an indictment of Martha Stewart for lying and insider trading; Launch of the public Web site...
- MARTHA STEWART SAVED! INSIDER VIOLATIONS OF RULE 10B-5 FOR MISREPRESENTED OR UNDISCLOSED PERSONAL FACTS. Heminway, Joan MacLeod // Maryland Law Review;2006, Vol. 65 Issue 2, p380
The article focuses on the acquittal of U.S. business magnate Martha Stewart who was charged of securities fraud. The charge was based on the claim that Stewart had willfully misrepresented a material fact regarding the sale of 3,928 shares of common stock of ImClone Systems Inc. To alleviate...
- STEWART CHARGE DROPPED. Amdur, Meredith // Daily Variety;3/1/2004, Vol. 282 Issue 46, p12
Reports on the dismissal of the securities fraud charges against Martha Stewart, former chief executive officer of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc., on ground that the prosecution had failed to provide enough evidence for a jury to decide on the matter in the U.S.
- A BAD THING. Toobin, Jeffrey // New Yorker;3/22/2004, Vol. 80 Issue 5, p60
Looks into the securities fraud case involving Martha Stewart in the U.S. Description of her personality and character; Discussion of the facts of the case involving the alleged insider trading; Views of people regarding Stewart.
- Martha Stewart: Can Her Credibility Be Saved? Crittle, Simon // Time International (South Pacific Edition);2/23/2004, Issue 7, p8
The article reports on the securities fraud case of businesswoman Martha Stewart. During the third week of testimony by government witnesses, the case reached a high point with the testimony of Ann Armstrong, Stewart's secretary. Stewart was accused of conspiring with her stockbroker Peter...
- A World Turned Upside Down. Smolowe, Jill; Cotliar, Sharon; Longley, Jennifer; Ehrich, Kathy // People;3/22/2004, Vol. 61 Issue 11, p64
This article focuses on Martha Stewart and how she is dealing with the verdict that she is guilty of felony charges. Moments after listening to federal Judge Miriam Goldman Cedarbaum read the verdict on March 5, Martha Stewart placed the most difficult phone call of her life. In coming weeks, a...
- MARTHA JOCKEYS FOR A JURY. Rawe, Julie // Time International (South Pacific Edition);1/19/2004, Issue 2, p8
The article reports that domestic diva Martha Stewart attempts to select the most sympathetic jury before facing federal prosecutors in New York City on January 20, 2004. Stewart faces up to 30 years in prison on charges related to selling 3,928 ImClone shares before the stock price declined in...
- St. Martha. McMenamin, Michael // Reason;Oct2003, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p22
Focuses on the claim of business executive Martha Stewart, who was sued for insider trading by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), that she is innocent of the crime. Motive of the SEC for charging her with insider trading; Overview of the case.