SEC moves to close loopholes that corrupt public-pension business

Investment managers who make political contributions to officials who have some sway over public-pension funds won't be able to manage those funds for two years under a ruling by the Securities and Exchange Commission. The move is designed to stop corruption that has plagued the $2.6 trillion public-pension business.

View Full Article in:

New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Published in Brief:

SmartBrief Job Listings for Business

Job Title Company Location
Manager, Technical Staffing
U.S. Cellular
Chicago, IL
Human Resource Director
Confidential
Salt Lake City, UT
Administrative Management Specialist
Smithsonian Institute
Washington, DC
Manager, Human Resources
L'OREAL USA
Florence, KY
Generalist - Human Resources
Marriott Hotels Resorts
Brooklyn, NY