Martha Stewart-ImClone

The diva, the deal, the fallout

Appellate judge questions Martha Stewart prosecutor about juror

NEW YORK - With Martha Stewart looking on, a federal appeals judge sharply questioned a prosecutor yesterday about why no hearing was held into allegations that a juror in the homemaking entrepreneur's trial lied.  Read more ...

Stewart is hired by 'Apprentice'

From prison time to prime time - that's where Martha Stewart is headed as star of The Apprentice: Martha Stewart, an NBC spinoff of the Donald Trump reality series that will begin casting this week and could debut next fall.  Read more ...

Martha Stewart faces dilemma over when to start prison term

NEW YORK - Sentenced to prison but free for now, Martha Stewart faces a wrenching choice - whether to start serving her time immediately or stay out on appeal.  Read more ...

Stewart sentenced to five months

Apologizing to supporters for "a small personal matter" that "became an almost fatal circus event," Martha Stewart was sentenced yesterday to five months in prison and five months of home detention for the stock-trading cover-up that upended her life, her company and her finely groomed image.  Read more ...

The indictment

http://news.findlaw.com/hdocs/docs/mstewart/usmspb60403ind.pdf  Read more ...

Stewart seeks retrial, calls juror dishonest

NEW YORK - Martha Stewart requested a new trial yesterday, saying one of the jurors who convicted her failed to disclose a checkered past that includes an arrest on assault charges.  Read more ...

Style guru's outlook bleak

Martha Stewart began the next chapter of her stranger-than-fiction business story yesterday by thanking her supporters after appearing before a probation officer - three days after her felony conviction helped make her, on paper, $213 million poorer.  Read more ...

Stewart's attitude was on trial, too

MARTHA STEWART's conviction in federal court last week must stand as a warning to all future Marthas.  Read more ...

Martha Stewart: Commentary

Blunders that sabotaged her case

High-profile cases like the one involving Martha Stewart provide a window into America's justice system.  Read more ...

Jurors in Stewart trial surprised defense was not more aggressive

NEW YORK - Jurors who convicted Martha Stewart of lying about a stock sale said they believed the key prosecution witnesses who testified against the homemaking guru and were surprised that her team didn't build a more aggressive defense.  Read more ...

Stewart's tarnished image bad for business

Almost everyone who has studied the predicament confronting the managers of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc. agrees that Martha Stewart should leave for her company to have its best chance to survive.  Read more ...

Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia: A vulnerable empire

The foundation of the media-lifestyle business empire put together by Martha Stewart is provided by her Emmy-winning television show and the monthly Martha Steward Living magazine - two institutions most vulnerable to negative publicity from her conviction.  Read more ...

Diverse group of jurors deciding Stewart's fate

NEW YORK — After 27 witnesses and 19 days of testimony and arguments, the jury is officially out on Martha Stewart.  Read more ...

Witness says he tipped Stewart

NEW YORK — A 28-year-old former stockbroker's assistant took the witness stand Tuesday in the Martha Stewart trial and, in an hour of testimony that riveted the courtroom, said he was ordered to pass on an insider stock tip to the lifestyles tycoon.  Read more ...

Putting Martha on the stand: A good thing?

Sean "Puffy" Combs did it. So did Mick Jagger, Errol Flynn and Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle.  Read more ...

Witness describes Stewart phone call

NEW YORK - Martha Stewart called ImClone Systems Inc.'s headquarters and demanded to talk to founder Samuel D. Waksal to find out "what was going on" with ImClone's falling share price on the day she sold her stock in the company, a former ImClone secretary testified yesterday.  Read more ...

Case poses challenges for all parties

NEW YORK — For sheer spectacle, the Michael Jackson legal drama playing out in Santa Barbara County has a rival: the trial of home-and-hearth tycoon Martha Stewart.  Read more ...

She'll be Martha's judge

It may be Martha Stewart's high-profile day in court, but the woman who will command the stage starting next week is a petite, reserved 74-year-old whose daily attire will be basic black.  Read more ...

For Stewart, a pantry full of strategies

NEW YORK — Defense attorney J. Michael Nolan hasn't seen a witness list and he isn't familiar with the physical evidence or other details of the government's case, but he already knows what his final words to the jury would be: "If it wasn't Martha Stewart, do you think we'd be here?"  Read more ...

How about some company for Stewart

Martha Stewart has mainly herself to blame for all the trouble she's in.  Read more ...

Martha the marketer is still a force

It may have been the worst kept secret on Wall Street. But when news broke Tuesday morning that the Justice Department is expected to indict Martha Stewart on insider-trading charges, shares in Martha Stewart Omnimedia Inc. got clobbered anyway.  Read more ...

Martha Stewart likely to be indicted

NEW YORK -- Martha Stewart, who has been under investigation by the Justice Department for more than a year for her sale of shares in ImClone Systems Inc. in late 2001, is expected to be indicted on criminal charges "in the near future," her company said Tuesday.  Read more ...

Case presents challenge for U.S.

While federal regulators think they have enough evidence to file a civil suit against Martha Stewart for allegedly trading stock on insider information, securities lawyers say hers is an unusual and potentially difficult case.  Read more ...

Martha Stewart is off her game

Her detractors say there are better cooks, more creative party planners, greater gardeners and warmer hostesses. But what Martha Stewart has on all of them is a formidable combination of talents: a brilliant understanding of modern consumers and an almost unparalleled ability to sell herself to them.  Read more ...

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