Proposals test Cox's ability to play SEC's middle man

10/1/2007 | Wall Street Journal, The

Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Christopher Cox, who has tried to run the agency as a middle man and mediator, is finding that approach is flawed as debate on a controversial new policy comes to a head. Two competing proposals on the elections of corporate directors have put Cox in a position of being the swing vote on each plan, and public comment due Tuesday isn't expected to make his decision any easier.

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