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Will Cost-Benefit Analysis Seal the SEC's Fate as an Industry Lap Dog?

Barbara Roper | Posted 11.17.2012 | Business
Barbara Roper

Today the SEC stands at a crossroads. The decisions it makes, and the decisions that are made for it by Congress, will determine whether the agency can reemerge as a credible investor watchdog or whether it will be permanently relegated to industry lap dog status.

Deal With It: A Veteran Trader's Take on High-Frequency Trading

Gino Vicci | Posted 06.20.2012 | Chicago
Gino Vicci

The high-speed trades driven by computers are in the cross-hairs of regulators in Washington. In spite of the controversy, some in the industry say high-frequency trading should be allowed to run its course.

Vast Majority Of Americans Would Blow The Whistle Under New Protections

Posted 12.12.2011 | Business

NEW YORK (Svea Herbst-Bayliss and Terry Baynes) - Four months after U.S. financial regulators opened a whistleblower office, more than three-quarters ...