(Adds detail of ruling, Ebner reaction) By Michael Shields ZURICH, Sept 24 (Reuters) - A Zurich court acquitted Swiss financier Martin Ebner of insider trading charges on Thursday, ruling that the prosecution had failed to prove its case against the former high-flying corporate raider. Ebner, 58, accepted the verdict calmly as he stood in the dock before a three-judge district court panel that fully vindicated him and even suggested the prosecution should have dropped the case without ...
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