Former pharmaceutical executive gets 16 months for insider trading involving NH chiropractor
Lazorchak funneled information about Celgene’s anticipated acquisition of Pharmion Corp. in 2007 to his high-school friends, Foldy and Michael Pendolino, 44, a New Hampshire-based chiropractor. In the months leading up to the deal, Foldy and Pendolino traded on the inside information for a profit and broadened the insider trading network by tipping family members and other friends.
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