Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Christopher Cox and New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer met this week for the first time face-to-face to discuss a wide range of cases, including mutual fund investigations--and vowed to work more cooperatively, according to numerous reports.

"Working together, we can be much, much stronger," Cox told reporters. In fact, Federal and state regulators are increasingly collaborating on cases, he said.

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