NBC Evening News for Monday, Apr 28, 2003
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.
(Washington: Anne Thompson) The order for Wall Street firms to pay a record settlement for defrauding investors featured; names of ten firms and restrictions on them outlined; details given about individual penalties against Jack Grubman and Henry Blodget. [Investor Enrique DEBRILLA- comments on following bad advice from Blodget.] [SEC chairman William DONALDSON- comments on the new role of the analyst.] [New York attorney general Eliot SPITZER- says there will be criminal cases against individuals who misled the public.] [Former SEC chairman Arthur LEVITT- says embarrassment & humiliation is the best way to get at change.]
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