Sheelah Kolhatkar, Bloomberg

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Past articles by Sheelah:

The Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell Guide to Trading on Inside Information

Why Phil Mickelson didn’t get busted. → Read More

Why Wasn't Phil Mickelson Charged With Insider Trading?

It's another sign of the shifting landscape of insider trading law. → Read More

Theranos Director Defends CEO Holmes, Says Investors Have Faith

Theranos Inc. board member David Boies defended Chief Executive Officer Elizabeth Holmes Tuesday, saying she has the management and scientific skills to lead the blood-testing startup despite criminal and civil investigations by U.S. authorities. → Read More

Looking Back at Lehman's Collapse With the Woman Who Fell Farthest

Erin Callan's new memoir recalls the steep price she paid to become Lehman's CFO just in time for the financial crisis. → Read More

Did Wall Street Just Become Irrelevant in the Election?

A look at the unpalatable choice now facing the nation's financiers. → Read More

Time Is Running Out for Theranos

The news just keeps getting worse. → Read More

What If Women Boycotted the Oscars?

It could be a way to get studios to listen to concerns about gender pay disparity. → Read More

Showtime’s Billions: Greed Is Gripping

Finance drama enters its golden age. → Read More

Can Elizabeth Holmes Save Her Unicorn?

Theranos wants to convince the world it’s for real. → Read More

Has It Become Impossible to Prosecute White-Collar Crime?

Financial crimes might be too complicated to take to trial. → Read More

Did the Supreme Court Just Rewrite Preet Bharara's Legacy on Wall Street Crime?

A setback for one of Bharara's signature campaigns. → Read More

Lean In? How About Lean Back

Anne-Marie Slaughter offers an alternative to Sheryl Sandberg’s solutions for work-life balance. → Read More

The DOJ Is Finally Conceding It Prosecutes Corporate Crime All Wrong

Years after the 2008 financial crisis, the Justice Department says it wants to focus on individuals who commit corporate crimes rather than on companies. → Read More

Are Hedge Funds Still for Suckers?

Come on, people. → Read More

Trump Puts a Serious Wall Street Issue on the Table: Hedge Fund Carried Interest

The billionaire has argued that hedge fund managers are → Read More

Trump Puts a Serious Wall Street Issue on the Table: Hedge Fund Carried Interest

The billionaire has argued that hedge fund managers are → Read More

I Was Harassed After the Ashley Madison Hack

I used the service—and now I'm on the receiving end of anonymous text messages. → Read More

What Netflix, Amazon, and KKR Tell Us About the Dismal State of Family Leave

Your ability to be both a parent and an employee largely depends on the benevolence of the company you work for → Read More

Preet Bharara’s Insider-Trading Smackdown Heads to the Supreme Court

On Thursday, quietly and four days ahead of the deadline, the solicitor general of the U.S. filed a petition to the Supreme Court asking it to review an appeals court decision that threatens to undermine at least some of Preet Bharara’s legacy on insider-trading prosecutions. In December an appeals court overturned the convictions of two hedge fund traders, Todd Newman and Anthony Chiasson,… → Read More

How Lynn Tilton Went From Company Savior to SEC Target

The founder of Patriarch Partners says she protects American families from ruin. The SEC says she defrauded investors → Read More