A classic example of why people often plea-bargain in the US criminal system.Utterly ridiculous sentence requests.reuters.com/article/2013/0…— Sarah Tighe (@SarahTigheHayes)
— Sarah Tighe (@SarahTigheHayes)
Sarah Tighe Hayes, the wife of the highest-profile trader named in the Libor scandal, has started speaking out on Twitter. Her husband Tom Hayes, a former UBS and Citigroup trader nicknamed “Rain Man,” was charged last year with trying to manipulate the lending benchmark Libor, but he has remained mostly silent in the case. Some of Mrs. Hayes’ tweets have openly criticized the US Justice Department amidst its ongoing investigation into the scandal.
— Twitter’s memo to media outlets about how it expects more high-profile account hacks, such as the one that happened to the Associated Press last week. In the memo, the company offered tips on how to make accounts more secure.