This is a Reminder Not to Use Your Work Computer to Search for Tips on How to Defraud Your Employer

Robert Ramnarine was a high-level executive in the treasury department at Bristol-Meyers Squibb, a position the Securities and Exchange Commission

Robert Ramnarine was a high-level executive in the treasury department at Bristol-Meyers Squibb, a position the Securities and Exchange Commission says he used to turn a profit of more than $300,000 trading on nonpublic information regarding the company’s pipeline for acquisitions. In the alleged perpetration of these acts of fraud, Mr. Ramnarine is said to have turned to the handiest source of information on insider trading: The Internet. From the SEC complaint:

Kids, please don’t grow up to do this.

This is a Reminder Not to Use Your Work Computer to Search for Tips on How to Defraud Your Employer