Review Comments | 09.22.09

140px-United_States_Securities_and_Exchange_Commission.pngSEC warns swaps may evade White House reform – It’s not like they were totally responsible for the crisis. [Reuters]
Minnesota Ends Tax Reciprocity with Wisconsin – WI can’t pay MN fast enough so IT’S OVER. [Web CPA]
FDIC May Ask Banks to Prepay Fees – You may have noticed there’s a bit of a problem. So SheBair is probably going to do this but thanks for asking. [WSJ]
Freddie Names Kari as CFO – You didn’t want that job anyway. [WSJ]
Wall Street Firms Fined Over Bad IPO Information – $420k. Meh. [AP via NYT]

140px-United_States_Securities_and_Exchange_Commission.pngSEC warns swaps may evade White House reform – It’s not like they were totally responsible for the crisis. [Reuters]
Minnesota Ends Tax Reciprocity with Wisconsin – WI can’t pay MN fast enough so IT’S OVER. [Web CPA]
FDIC May Ask Banks to Prepay Fees – You may have noticed there’s a bit of a problem. So SheBair is probably going to do this but thanks for asking. [WSJ]
Freddie Names Kari as CFO – You didn’t want that job anyway. [WSJ]
Wall Street Firms Fined Over Bad IPO Information – $420k. Meh. [AP via NYT]

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