Chris Cox's Standards for Corporate Fines

The SEC's new chief argues that clearly spelled-out penalties will be potent weapons against boardroom malfeasance

In the nearly 17 years that Christopher Cox represented his Southern California district in the House of Representatives, the conservative Republican lawmaker earned a reputation as a consensus builder. Now, as chairman of the Securities & Exchange Commission, Cox has a new opportunity to put those skills to use.

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