When Mary Schapiro stepped into her job as chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission in January 2009 she knew she would have a tough road ahead given the extent of the global financial crisis.
But she could not have expected the “flash crash” in May that caused the Dow Jones Industrial Average to tumble almost 700 points in a few minutes before rebounding.
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