A CPA with radio personality Howard Stern's accounting firm has settled insider trading charges brought by the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The agency charged Gary Herwitz and former Sirius Satellite Radio Inc. v ice president Tracey Stanyer with insider trading, saying the two bought shares of the company after learning in September 2004 that Stern was seriously considering a move to the subscription-based service.
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