As surely as little boys on sleds follow the first snowfall, the departure of Mary Schapiro as chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission has occasioned one fawning encomium after another from the press.
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Mary Schapiro, who took the agency’s helm in 2009 as it reeled from public rebukes for failing to rein in Wall Street practices that exacerbated losses from the housing market collapse, is leaving the agency.
After nearly four years in office, SEC Chairman Mary L. Schapiro has announced that she will step down on Dec. 14, 2012.
Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman (SEC) Mary Schapiro spoke with FOX Business Network (FBN) about the highly controversial Volcker Rule and about her plans for the future.
FOX Business Network (FBN) Senior Correspondent Charlie Gasparino reports that Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chair Mary Schapiro is telling Wall Street executives she 'is likely to leave' her post, and that 'it’s a matter of timing'.
FBN's Charlie Gasparino on SEC chairman Mary Schapiro's future.