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Why are we still waiting for the $700 billion bailout? As debate over the $700 billion bailout continues, Larry Tabb, CEO of TABB Group, comments on the need for "bipartisan, unambiguous and morally steadfast leadership ... not a group of folks fiddling around while Rome burns"
The Rush to Regulate Credit Default Swaps On Tuesday, SEC Chairman Christopher Cox called for giving the agency the authority to regulate credit default swaps.
Will Politicians Become Portfolio Managers? With the government bailing out so many financial firms, will they need traders and portfolio managers to manage their assets?
Capital Markets Do Not Need More Regulation, says Ex-SEC Chief Economist Richard Lindsey Will the regulatory hammer fall down on the financial industry in the next few weeks in light of the current crisis? Ex-SEC chief economist Richard Lindsey, says he hopes not.
SEC Gives Financial Firms New Web Guidelines The SEC releases guidelines allowing companies to disclose financial information to investors solely through their Web sites.
E-discovery: What about blogs and wikis? (VIDEO) In addition to email and IMs, blogs, wikis and other new technologies can also come under regulatory scrutiny. So, before firms roll out these popular tools across the enterprise, they need to carefully evaluate them...