SEC chose companies in pension probe by size-sources


By Kevin Drawbaugh WASHINGTON, Oct 28 (Reuters) - The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission chose the six companies targeted in its probe of pension fund accounting based on their pension funds' large size only, sources close to the case said on Thursday. The SEC has no evidence of any wrongdoing by the six companies and, at least for now, no other companies are involved in the SEC inquiry, the sources said. The SEC is concerned generally about the possibility of over-aggressive ...

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