Ernst & Young partner in insider-trading love triangle

NEW YORK - A former Ernst & Young partner faces a possible 20-year jail sentence following an insider-trading love triangle based on tantalising guessing games.

Lawyer James Gansman, 48, was convicted on six counts of securities fraud for regularly leaking inside information to Donna Murdoch, a woman he met via a dating website for people seeking extramarital affairs.

Murdoch, 44, a former investment banker, used the tips to generate more than $390,000 with the help of Keystone Equities broker

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