Even though the mutual fund scandal has claimed employees, executives, entire companies and tens of billions of dollars of assets, the push toward reform may be weakening, The Baltimore Sun reports.

John Bogle, founder of Vanguard, said that while reforms are needed to make mutual funds steer themselves toward investor interests, Congress and the Securities and Exchange Commission are shying away from it.

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