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Was it Worth It?

In this piece from 10th Man, author Jared Dillian discusses how the ETF revolution is less about ETFs and more about indexing; about how people have come to view stocks less as stocks and more as blobs of stocks.

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September 30, 2003

CEO Is Fined Under Reg FD

By Gregory Bresiger

A corporate boss, who in a private meeting with portfolio managers disputed earnings estimates on the company prepared by analysts, has been fined by the Securities and Exchange Commission. He is the first individual penalized under Reg FD by the SEC, which settled the case against Richard Kogan, former chairman and CEO of Schering-Plough.

The company agreed to pay a $1 million civil penalty. Kogan agreed to pay $50,000. Reg FD was introduced in August 2000 to prevent selective disclosure of sensitive market news.