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COOPERMAN: I could settle the SEC's charges with less than half of what I give to charity (APL)

Hedge fund legend Leon Cooperman on Tuesday again defended himself against the insider trading charges he faces. "Information is not a crime," Cooperman told CNBC's Squawk Box. "What I look for is insight, not insider information." The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged Cooperman and his hedge fund — the $5.5 billion Omega Advisors — with insider trading relating to trades he placed in a company called Atlas Pipeline.
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