US: Third ex-Carter's exec charged with insider trading
By Petah Marian | 8 November 2012
The former head of investor relations for children's wear company Carter's, Eric Martin, has been charged by a federal grand jury around an insider trading scheme, the company's third former executive to be charged with insider trading.
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