The Galleon case could rock boardrooms from Silicon Valley to Wall Street

Galleon Holdings, the $3.7 billion hedge fund whose founder, Raj Rajaratnam, is out on $100 million bail for his role at the center of a $20 million insider trading scandal, owns big positions in dozens of public companies. And those companies' share prices and management teams could be in trouble. Of course, Galleon's stakes in these companies are a problem only if any of their employees have followed the same process of tipping Galleon as the public companies I posted about here allegedly did.