Wall Street’s Big Swingers Get the Biggest Breaks: Susan AntillaSusan Antilla
Jan. 4 (Bloomberg) -- On the surface, the year 2011 was one of ramped-up securities regulation and scary times for financial scammers, with enforcement cases soaring at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and coverage galore about the humbling of inside traders and municipal-bond riggers.
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