A federal judge rejected a request to dismiss 10 counts of insider trading charges against former Enron Corp. chief executive Jeffrey Skilling.
Prosecutors have alleged that Skilling sold $62.6 million in stock when he had information about Enron's finances that was unknown to investors. One of the counts specifically refers to a stock trade he made after he resigned from the company.
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