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Full disclosure overdue from high-tech analysts

By Scott Kirsner
October 18, 2004

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It was less than two years ago that Wall Street analysts Jack Grubman and Henry Blodget paid $19 million in fines and were banned from the securities industry for life to settle allegations that they'd promoted stocks like WorldCom and Global Crossing as the telecom companies swan-dived into an empty swimming pool. Shortly after that, in April 2003, 10 of ... (Full article: 1383 words)

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