Former SEC chairman speaks out on corporate practices
Arthur Levitt thinks corporate executives can do a better job. The former Securities and Exchange Commission chairman opined yesterday that public companies should prevent top executives from borrowing against their equity stakes.
By Alex VorroMay 10, 2012
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