SEC Can Put SAC's Cohen Out of Business, Pitt Says

July 19 (Bloomberg) -- Former U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Harvey Pitt talks about accusations by the SEC that Steven A. Cohen, the billionaire founder of hedge-fund firm SAC Capital Advisors LP, failed supervise two employees facing criminal charges that they illegally traded stocks based on confidential information. Pitt speaks with Trish Regan, Adam Johnson and Dominic Chu on Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart." Peter Cook also speaks. (Source: Bloomberg)
Legal & General Growing in Asia, U.S.: CEO Wilson
16:20 - Legal & General Group Plc, the biggest manager of U.K. pension assets, is expanding its business in Asia and the United States, producing momentum for the business, according to Chief Executive Officer Nigel Wilson. He spoke in an interview with Anna Edwards on Bloomberg Television's "Countdown" after the company posted first-half profit that beat analysts’ estimates. Operating profit rose 18 percent to 750 million pounds ($1.2 billion). (Source: Bloomberg)
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