It's been almost as longstanding a practice in the regulatory field as using the phrase "left to pursue other interests" when a company asks one of its top executives to leave.
But the Securities and Exchange Commission says it will no longer let companies "neither admit nor deny" charges in settling cases it brings against them.
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