Vanguard founder John Bogle says the mutual fund industry should care more about its shareholders, focus more on long-term investing and create better corporate governance standards.
Bogle, an outspoken critic of the mutual fund industry, said the proposed plans to bolster the Consumer Protection Bureau should apply to the fund industry, in addition to credit agencies and banks.
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