Nasdaq Bid-Rigging Problems Persist? Capitol Hill Lawmaker 'Troubled' by Nasdaq's Progress
Traders Magazine, May 2001
Nasdaq, which expects to become a public company in the next year, has yet to correct all the bid rigging problems of five years ago, a key federal lawmaker warns.
Nasdaq, along with its parent, the National Association of Securities Dealers, is not moving fast enough to clean up the price fixing mess, he says.
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