Programmer Convicted in Bizarre Goldman Sachs Case—Again

Kim Zetter reports:

A former Goldman Sachs programmer has been convicted for the second time in four years on charges that he misused his former employer’s code, adding a new chapter to an already bizarre and controversial case that has drawn much unwanted attention to the world of high-speed trading and elicited criticism of prosecutorial overzealousness.

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