Two-Faced Mutual Funds Get Supreme Court Break: Susan AntillaSusan Antilla
June 24 (Bloomberg) -- The hundreds of thousands of Americans who own shares in publicly traded mutual-fund companies -- not to mention fans of corporate accountability -- should be feeling a little unsettled by a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling.
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