"SEC Official Retires as Report Blasts Performance," by Liz Moyer on Forbes.com


8/7/07: Walter J. Stachnik, who has been inspector general of the SEC since the job was created in 1989, retired Friday, the day the Senate said his role in the investigation of allegations that a hedge fund engaged in insider trading and other suspicious trading was "flawed from the beginning and hindered by missteps during the entire process." Click HERE to review the article.