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Tightening the Noose: Can the SEC and Its New Chairman Be Tougher on Wall Street?

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Mon, 18 Mar 2013

Ever since it was created in the dark Depression days of the 1930s, the Securities and Exchange Commission has been the federal government’s chief guardian of integrity in the financial markets. But critics have long had a litany of grievances: The agency is too meddlesome, too unsophisticated, too

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