SEC watch

Looks like a settlement and former SEC chair (Richard Breeden) as a monitor for KPMG and increased scrutiny on superheros:

The Wall Street Journal Friday reported that the government has requested information related to disclosure of its results after higher-than-expected returns of “The Incredibles” DVD caused the studio to miss its second-quarter earnings forecast.
Didn't the Incredibles stop their worldsaving because of legal liabilities?

The SEC was quiet for a while during the Cox transition, and observers were speculating that investor protection would suffer on his watch. Oversight activity has stepped up over the last week. One wonders if Cox's pro-business approach will include some mercy for companies regarding tasks impossible even for superheros such as their legendary short timelines for legacy data production.

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