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SEC chief nominee met challenges

Former NY attorney White handled terrorists, mob, politics

11:18 PM, Jan. 25, 2013
President Barack Obama announced that he will nominate Mary Jo White to lead the Securities and Exchange Commission.
President Barack Obama announced that he will nominate Mary Jo White to lead the Securities and Exchange Commission.
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Mary Jo White, the aggressive New York attorney nominated by President Barack Obama Thursday to chair the Securities and Exchange Commission, is accustomed to tough legal challenges.

"You don't want to mess with Mary Jo," said Obama, who added he was confident White would "complete the task of reforming Wall Street and making sure that American investors are better informed and better protected going forward."

The nomination of White, a 65-year-old lawyer and avid tennis player who has shuttled between jobs as a prosecutor and white-collar-crime defense lawyer, fuels expectations ...

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