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Broken Wall Street windows

18 September 2014 By Reynolds Holding

The U.S. watchdog is nailing petty offenders just as cops used to nab pesky windshield-cleaners. The idea is to nip wrongdoing in the bud. But complex securities enforcement isn’t like neighborhood crime prevention. The tactic may boost SEC statistics more than it deters fraud.

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