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In the News
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8 Accused of Inflating Kmart Profit: SEC Files Civil Charges in Alleged Scheme; 5 Settle Cases Without Admitting Guilt (Post, Dec. 3, 2004)

SEC to Review Trading Rules (Post, Dec. 1, 2004)

SEC Delays Reviews for Some Firms: Companies Must Audit Financial Controls (Post, Dec. 1, 2004)

Best price (Post, Nov. 28, 2004)

W.R. Grace Expects Indictment: Federal Charges Stem From Mine Problems (Post, Nov. 27, 2004)

SEC Likely To Delay Review for Small Firms: Companies Required To Audit Strength of Financial Controls (Post, Nov. 27, 2004)

Brokers' Gifts Investigated: Regulators Look at Freebies for Fund Workers (Post, Nov. 24, 2004)

AIG Tentatively Settles With SEC, Justice Dept. (Post, Nov. 24, 2004)

Time Warner Nears Deal Over AOL Accounting (Post, Nov. 23, 2004)

RECENT DEALS (Post, Nov. 22, 2004)

Google Co-Founders Register to Sell Stock: Page, Brin Each Could Collect More Than $1 Billion for 7.2 Million Shares (Post, Nov. 20, 2004)

Lawyers In the Limelight: SEC Helps Police Their Misconduct (Post, Nov. 20, 2004)

Fund Founders to Settle, Pay $160 Million (Post, Nov. 18, 2004)

Google Unveils Research Tool (Post, Nov. 18, 2004)

Flyi Delays Buying Airbus Jets (Post, Nov. 16, 2004)

SEC Files Civil Suit Against Former Hollinger Executives (Post, Nov. 16, 2004)

Fannie Mae Misses SEC Filing Deadline (Post, Nov. 16, 2004)

Changes in Pay and Schedules at SEC Bring Higher Employee Satisfaction Rates (Post, Nov. 15, 2004)

Low-Price Stock Takes Wild Ride On Internet Buzz (Post, Nov. 15, 2004)



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