mary jo white

A key part of the Massachusetts senator's measure would require that candidates for federal office release their tax returns.
Her departure may leave a sharply understaffed and gridlocked commission in her wake.
The progressive firebrand has long warred with SEC Chair Mary Jo White, a former corporate lawyer.
Financial firms are used to "saying whatever they want," but Warren claims they went too far this time.
It's making political spending less and less transparent.
Elizabeth Warren scores another win.
In May, a Bloomberg Businessweek article assessing White's time at the SEC concluded that her "two-year tenure heading the
So that happened. On this week's podcast, we get excited about some sporting updates, get the lowdown on the newly passed
White identifies as a political independent and frequently votes with the SEC's Republican commissioners, creating a 3-2