Next Step for Investment Banks: Outside Analysts Ten of the country's largest investment banks agreed this week to pay about $1.4 billion in fines to settle charges that their stock research was tainted by conflicts of interest. Their next move will be to hire independent analysts to perform the research function. NPR's Scott Horsley reports.
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Next Step for Investment Banks: Outside Analysts

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Next Step for Investment Banks: Outside Analysts

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Ten of the country's largest investment banks agreed this week to pay about $1.4 billion in fines to settle charges that their stock research was tainted by conflicts of interest. Their next move will be to hire independent analysts to perform the research function. NPR's Scott Horsley reports.