Raj Rajaratnam, the mastermind of what prosecutors said was one of the largest hedge-fund insider-trading rings in U.S. history, is out of prison — almost two years early. And he’s been out for more than six weeks.
Rajaratnam, whose Galleon Group LLC once managed more than $7 billion, has been living with his family on a quiet block of Manhattan’s East Side since July 23, according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons. He’s mostly confined to his apartment for the remainder of his sentence, but is free to work outside his home during the day.
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