By Benjamin Goad - 07/31/13 11:50 AM EDT
Snapchat and the app’s self-destructing messages have caught the attention of Wall Street regulators, CNBC reports.
Opinion: State regulators are proving more effective than their federal counterparts in holding the financial sector accountable, columnist Darrell Delamaide opines in USA Today.
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