Conflict-of-Interest Probe Targets Wall Street Execs

Securities regulators launch an investigation into the role senior executives played in the recent scandal involving Wall Street stock analysts who downplayed criticisms of companies their firms wanted to underwrite. Dozens of current and former officials at some of Wall Street's biggest securities firms receive subpoenas. NPR's Jim Zarroli reports.

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