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Ex-Deloitte Partner's Wife Pleads Guilty to Obstruction in Insider Case

A former Deloitte Tax LLP partner's wife pleaded guilty to a criminal obstruction charge in connection with a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission insider trading investigation, according to court documents.

The SEC sued Arnold McClellan and his wife, Annabel, last year for allegedly providing confidential information on mergers and acquisitions to family members, allowing them to make millions of dollars trading on the tips.

Read the complete Bloomberg story, "Ex-Deloitte Partner's Wife Pleads Guilty to Obstruction in Insider Case."

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