Monthly Archives: October 2016

Oft-divided SEC speaks with one voice when suing corporations -records | Reuters

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has released a collection of internal voting records, long held secret, that reveal it to be less divided than is commonly thought. The new data reveal that the agency’s commissioners vote unanimously almost every time they take companies and executives to federal court, in contrast to the public and sometimes bitter disagreements they exhibit…

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The Problem With Elizabeth Warren – The New York Times

I refer of course to Elizabeth Warren, our senior senator and, as it were, the nation’s unelected regulatory czar. Ms. Warren’s latest provocation was to send a letter to President Obama this month demanding the removal of Mary Jo White, chairwoman of the Securities and Exchange Commission. Ms. White, she said, had demonstrated her unsuitability for the role by failing…

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