Second Thoughts on an Anti-Whaling IPO
“You don’t rob a bank with a gun anymore; you rob it with an email." — Peter Campbell, CFO, Mimecast
CFOs on the Move: Week Ending June 17
Nasdaq, Eastman Kodak, U.S. Bancorp, UnitedHealth Group, Ralph Lauren, Fox Networks Group, Pegasystems, AccuWeather, Novelis, Iron Mountain
Deutsche Börse Sells ISE To Nasdaq For $1.1B
The purchase of ISE would give Nasdaq command of more than 40% of the market in options exchanges.
CFOs on the Move: Week Ending Jan. 29
VMware, Juniper Networks, WSFS, Stryker, Adaptive Insights, Nasdaq, Visteon, SevOne, Ryerson, Phoenix Cos., Johnny Rockets, MSCI, Land's End
Nasdaq Buys SecondMarket to Boost Pre-IPO Presence
With startups staying private longer, Nasdaq has been looking for ways to help them raise capital and manage secondary transactions.
Nasdaq Goes Digital With Bitcoin’s Ledger
Stock exchange's private market arm will record transactions into the "blockchain," using Bitcoin tokens.
NASDAQ Apologizes for Twitter Earnings Leak
The social media channel's shares are down more than 25% after an error by Nasdaq exposed the company's earnings prematurely.
Nasdaq Offers to Run Unregulated ‘Dark Pools’
After previously backing regulations that would move dark pool trades onto exchanges, Nasdaq OMX now says it wants to run the pools for banks.
High-Frequency Trader Manipulated Thousands of Stocks
Athena Capital Research's algorithm flooded the market with orders at the end of the trading day to tilt share prices in the firm's favor, says the SEC.
Alibaba’s IPO Debuts Friday — But When?
The NYSE tends to delay the start of trading by at least 15 minutes, but Alibaba's IPO might begin later than usual due to size and investor interest.