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N.Y. firm courted Fidelity traders with $2m in gifts

To pay $10m to settle claims

By Ross Kerber
Globe Staff / December 5, 2006

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To woo business from Fidelity Investments traders, a New York brokerage firm showered them with pricey gifts such as private vacations and golf outings, tickets to a Justin Timberlake and Christina Aguilera concert, parties at the 2004 Super Bowl in Houston sponsored by Playboy and Maxim magazines, and a dozen bottles of Chateau Petrus wine worth $625 apiece. (Full article: 1143 words)

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