The SEC’s e-mail crackdown


NEW YORK -- In early February, global investment bank Credit Suisse First Boston (CSFB) suspended star technology banker Frank Quattrone after discovering he had urged employees to destroy e-mails and other documents, while allegedly knowing the firm was under investigation by US authorities. The suspension of the high-profile banker is just the latest in a series of e-mail difficulties on Wall Street.

Last December, when five US broker-dealers -- Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley

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