Former U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Arthur Levitt , once disinvited from joining Apple Inc.’s board amid differences over corporate governance, said the company has disclosed enough about Steve Jobs ’s health.
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Mary Schapiro’s abandonment of her quest to impose tougher rules on money-market mutual funds is a “national disgrace,” said former SEC Chairman Arthur Levitt.
Congress’s proposed overhaul of U.S. bank regulation wouldn’t have averted the 2008 financial crisis and does too little to prevent a recurrence, two former chairmen of the Securities and Exchange Commission said.
Arthur Levitt, former Securities and Exchange Commission chairman, says an S.E.C. proposal on money market funds "would only make matters worse." Levitt talks with Bloomberg's Tom Keene on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Surveillance."