ZURICH, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Swiss financier Martin Ebner was acquitted of insider trading charges on Thursday after a Zurich court said the prosecution had failed to prove its case against the former high-flying corporate raider. The case revolved around the sale in 1998 of shares that Ebner's BZ Group held in Italian tyre and cable maker Pirelli's Swiss holding company SIP. The three-judge district court panel had been expected to clear Ebner of charges that he had begun to sell the ...
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