Not only has his popularity generally diminished, but Eliot Spitzer's crime-fighting image and the number of executives who shiver at the mention of his name have dramatically decreased, too, according to a report from Reuters.

The New York Attorney General made a name for himself when he broke the mutual fund scandal wide open and investors cheered as he started making market timers and late traders pay for their malfeasance in the public of venues.

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