- Are you an ETF buff? Then you probably know who this guy is. If not, you should. Cantor's Reggie Browne wields gatekeeper's power in $2T ETF market
- Advisers gave Rep. Dave Camp's sweeping tax reform plan about a B grade. Advisers embrace tax simplification, wince at surcharge on wealthy
But others were not feeling so generous. Camp tax plan has something for everyone (to hate)
- What part of "do not call" did they not understand? Ed. Jones settles cold-calling case for $750,000
- Meanwhile, the exodus of corporate prosecutors continues. This time, it's an acting attorney general who's gone after some of Wall Street's biggest misdeed. A top financial prosecutor to leave
- Here's a new take on "insider" trading. Study finds SEC staff sold shares before settlements made public
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