Just when it seemed things couldn't get any more interesting at the Securities and Exchange Commission, they did.
Current Chairman William Donaldson's decision to leave the commission at the end of the month and President Bush's nomination of California Republican Christopher Cox to take over as the regulator's top cop means even more upheaval at the SEC.
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