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.

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