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Nasdaq settles with the SEC for $10 million after botched Facebook IPO

Nasdaq Confronts Liability on Traders' Losses in Facebook IPO

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Nasdaq OMX Group Inc. faced the fallout for mishandling Facebook Inc.’s initial public offering, as irate brokers and traders demanded the exchange company make up losses they blamed on Friday’s technical glitches. Some investors waited until Monday morning to hear whether their Facebook trades were ever completed, while others remained...
Nasdaq Confronts Liability on Traders' Losses in Facebook IPO

Nasdaq chief apologises for handling of Facebook IPO as shares continue slump

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Nasdaq CEO outlines plan to offer millions in compensation to brokers over technical problems that dogged share saleNasdaq's chief executive has apologised for the stock market's handling of Facebook's initial public offering and outlined a plan to offer $40m in compensation.Robert Greifeld, Nasdaq's CEO, said he and other exchange officials...
Nasdaq chief apologises for handling of Facebook IPO as shares continue slump

Facebook Roundup: Nasdaq, Waze, Activity social plugin and more

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Nasdaq fined for Facebook IPO - Nasdaq has been fined $10 million by the Securities Exchange Commission for alleged securities laws violations related to its mishandling of the Facebook IPO. The $10 million fine is the largest ever imposed against a stock exchange and comes into addition to the $62 million Nasdaq owes...
Facebook Roundup: Nasdaq, Waze, Activity social plugin and more
Nasdaq fined $10M by SEC for breaking rules in Facebook IPO
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Nasdaq Talks Settlement in Facebook IPO

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Nasdaq OMX Group Inc. is in preliminary talks with U.S. securities regulators over a potential settlement related to its botched handling of last year’s Facebook Inc. stock-market debut, according to people with knowledge of the discussions. The social-networking company’s IPO was one of the most anticipated in years, and the...
Nasdaq Talks Settlement in Facebook IPO

SEC charging Nasdaq $10 million in civil suit settlement over Facebook's IPO issues

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When Facebook became a public company in the summer of 2012, its initial public offering (IPO) didn't go quite as well as the company expected. It went poorly enough that the US Securities and Exchange Commission took action against the exchange which handled Facebook's IPO: Nasdaq. A civil suit...
SEC charging Nasdaq $10 million in civil suit settlement over Facebook's IPO issues

Facebook and NASDAQ have IPO lawsuits consolidated and will be heard in New York

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Facebook and the NASDAQ stock exchange will not have to worry about sitting through dozens of individual court cases against them. Reuters reports that on Thursday, a panel of federal judges ordered that all the cases be transferred to U.S. District Judge Robert Sweet in Manhatten, which worked in Facebook’s...
Facebook and NASDAQ have IPO lawsuits consolidated and will be heard in New York
After botched Facebook IPO, Nasdaq may settle with SEC for $5 million, says WSJ

Facebook flotation may have cost UBS $350m

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Swiss bank resubmitted order multiple times after receiving no confirmation and got more shares than it wanted, CNBC claimsThe Swiss investment bank UBS may have lost as much as $350m (£226m) during Facebook's flawed flotation last month, according to reports.In a statement the bank acknowledged making losses on the initial...
Facebook flotation may have cost UBS $350m

Nasdaq proposes $40 million payout to firms hit in Facebook IPO

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Nasdaq has proposed a $40 million payout to compensate member firms who lost money because of technical problems that affected Facebook’s initial public offering. The plan would see $13.7 million in cash payments to the firms impacted by those technical glitches. The balance of the money, Nasdaq said in a...
Nasdaq proposes $40 million payout to firms hit in Facebook IPO
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