The Nasdaq Exchange Is a Few Steps Closer: Everyone Looks to SEC to Make Next Move
Traders Magazine, July 2001
Little by little the child is moving away from the tutelage of the parent. The National Association of Securities Dealers, the parent of Nasdaq, has sold off some three quarters of its equity stake in "the stock market for the next century." And both organizations are changing their leadership, planning for the breakup of the two groups and the NASD demutalization.
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