Financial Reforms Earlier this year, nine Wall Street firms agreed to pay $1.4 billion to settle conflict of interest charges. As a result of this and other settlements, Wall Street agreed to make a number of changes designed to restore integrity and independence to stock research. NPR's Chris Arnold reports on whether the reforms are working.
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Earlier this year, nine Wall Street firms agreed to pay $1.4 billion to settle conflict of interest charges. As a result of this and other settlements, Wall Street agreed to make a number of changes designed to restore integrity and independence to stock research. NPR's Chris Arnold reports on whether the reforms are working.