Many of the stories NOW has covered have dealt with this years spate of problems on Wall Street. In late April 2003, fines were levied against some of those corporate entities sued by New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer, a guest on NOW in 2002. Get updates on the fate of corprate scandals below. In September 2003, Spitzer turned his attention to the mutual fund industry. At the same time, there is reportedly a movement afoot in Washington to modify the Corporate Accountability Bill passed late last year. Bill Moyers takes a look at the results of a year of
controversy and reform.
"As of Monday, I will no longer be an 'investor' in Wall Street. Who can you trust? How does one know what company is up front with its books? As far as the market is concerned, I am selling my long positions and buying puts until investor confidence returns to Wall Street." a voice from the NOW message boards