Tongues are wagging and fingers are pointing.

In light of New York State Attorney General Eliot Spitzer's shocking allegations that four mutual fund companies knowingly allowed a hedge fund manager to execute illegal after-hours trades and engage in an elaborate market-timing scheme, industry players are wondering who fell asleep at the wheel? Who at the fund companies and at the Securities and Exchange Commission missed spotting this train wreck?

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