http://www.nypost.com/business/48117.htm I for one don't see what all the fuss is about. I can understand applying insider trading rules to executives of a company, to prevent them from perpetrating serious dishonesty on the shareholders. But journalists? Please. I think anyone who buys or sells based on the popular press should be told caveat emptor and that's about it. If a hedgie has news and makes a move before passing it on to CNBC, I don't see why they should catch hell for it if they are not affiliated with the company. Other opinions? p.s. is Bartiromo muy caliente in that photo or what?