SEC chairman discusses Lehman oversight
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SEC chairman discusses Lehman oversight

SEC Chairman Mary Schapiro talks with Post Editorial writer Charles Lane about the agency's oversight of Lehman Brothers Holdings. Schapiro announced on Wednesday that the SEC may have inadequately followed Lehman during a period in which the company may have shielded its losses. (The Washington Post)

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