Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), United States regulatory commission established by Congress in 1934 after the Senate Committee on Banking and Currency investigated the New York Stock Exchange’s operations.
By the spring of 1935, Kennedy had succeeded in reviving America's flagging capital markets.
In 1935 a frustrated Roosevelt and his New Dealers began to take a more adversarial approach toward business.
George W. Bush: Governor of Texas An investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in 1991 into the possibility of illegal insider trading (trading that takes advantage of information not available to the public) did not uncover any wrongdoing.
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Federal Deposit Insurance1933
Federal Trade Commission1914
The Vanguard Group1975
Federal Communications Commission1934
suffolk County DPW-
United States Department of Justice1870
National Labor Relations Board1935