At the S.E.C., a Chance to Get Tougher on Settlements

Making Them Pay (and Confess) MARY JO WHITE will have a long to-do list at the Securities and Exchange Commission. By nominating Ms. White, a former federal prosecutor, to head the S.E.C. last week, President Obama appeared to send a message that Washington was finally going to get tough with financial wrongdoers. Tough enforcement has … Read more