The federal government’s highest-ranking officials for investigating financial fraud defended their work Wednesday, under questioning from U.S. senators who want them to do more about those who might have contributed to the credit crisis and the recession.
Senators of both parties expressed concern that some fraud continues to go unpunished, and Democrats wondered why more corporate executives and directors haven’t been charged.
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