If you've been convicted on insider trading, you might want to show that you're really sorry so you'll have a better chance or receiving a lesser prison sentence.
It may have worked for hedge fund manager Drew Brownstein.
A Denver fund manager pleaded guilty Friday in an insider-trading case where a director of oil-and-gas company Mariner Energy tipped his son about its acquisition by a rival before the deal was announced last year.
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