As a journalist, a reporter, I sometimes have to read things I would not otherwise. My luxury as a freelance journalist has been to write what I want, for whom I wish, when I want, and charge what the market will bear. Nothing lasts forever.
George Packer writes this week in the New Yorker magazine about the case against Raj Rajaratnam, the head of the Galleon hedge fund. This afternoon, Packer answered readers’ questions in a live chat. I got a question in about one of my favorite subjects, Section 302 prosecutions and the lack thereof. Read the transcript, including Packer’s answer to […]