Listening to a story about the SEC persecuting Apple because Steve Jobs is in poor health on the [WSJ]( daily read, They compared it to a situation with HP where a director resigned. According to the article, "Under securities laws a company needs to disclose the reasons if a director leaves over a disagreement about company policy." Is the persecution of a company about a sick CEO or for the specific reasons behind a high level persons resignation an example of the "atmosphere of deregulation and deference to industry" I've been hearing so much about?

AuthorKevin McAllister