A Wall Street tycoon at the centre of America's biggest insider trading scandal in a generation has been sentenced to eleven years in prison.
The billionaire hedge fund manager Raj Rajaratnam was also fined US$10 million for using inside information to reel in 64 million dollars over seven years.
Prosecutors had argued for an even tougher sentence of 19 and a half years while others say corporate greed will always be hard to deter.
But will this make a difference to temptations and greed on Wall Street?
Here's my take from this morning's edition of AM.