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Mark Adelson, an executive at Standard & Poor’s who pushed for tougher credit rating criteria, has left the company, according to the Wall Street Journal. Adelson was hired in 2008 to restore confidence in S&P’s ratings at a time when the agency was under fire from regulators and lawmakers for its role in the financial crisis. He served as S&P’s chief credit officer until late 2011, when he was moved into a research position.

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