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Nasdaq Reports Record Third Quarter 2015 Non-GAAP Results

· Third quarter 2015 non-GAAP diluted EPS of $0.88, an increase of 13% compared to the third quarter of 2014. Record revenues and non-GAAP operating, pre-tax income, net income and diluted EPS. Third..
GlobeNewswire

Daniel M. Hawke, Chief of Market Abuse Unit, to Leave SEC After 16 Years of Service

The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced that Daniel M. Hawke, chief of the Division of Enforcement’s Market Abuse Unit and former Director of the Philadelphia Regional Office, is..
SEC

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News video: Facebook to Face Class Actions Over IPO

Facebook to Face Class Actions Over IPO 01:16

A thumbs up - but not for Facebook itself this time. Instead, from a US Federal judge - who says lawsuits against the social media giant relating to its IPO can go ahead as class actions. Facebook..
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News video: When and How Did Facebook Win Social Media?

When and How Did Facebook Win Social Media? 01:07

By the time Facebook went public on May 18, 2012, the company had more than 900 million monthly active users, topped more than $1 billion in annual profits and even had an Oscar-winning film with..
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When and how did Facebook win social media?

By the time Facebook went public on May 18, 2012, the company had more than 900 million monthly active users, topped more than $1 billion in annual profits and even had an Oscar-winning film with..
Mashable

Nasdaq agrees $26.5m settlement over botched Facebook IPO

Nasdaq has agreed to pay $26.5 million to settle a class action lawsuit over the technical glitches that marred the IPO of Facebook in 2012.
Finextra

Nasdaq to settle Facebook IPO lawsuit for $26.5 million


Zee News Also reported by •Reuters IndiaFirstpost

Nasdaq sets aside $31 million for ongoing Facebook IPO claims | Reuters

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Nasdaq OMX Group said on Thursday it set aside $31 million for ongoing litigation arising from the bungled $16 billion initial public offering of Facebook Inc on its U.S. stock..
Firstpost Also reported by •Reuters IndiaBusiness InsiderReutersSify

Nasdaq sets aside $31m to compensate investors in botched $16bn Facebook IPO

Facebook's share price tumbled by more than 50pc in the months following its flotation on the Nasdaq in May 2012.
Telegraph.co.uk

Entwistle & Cappucci LLP, Finkelstein Thompson LLP, and Lovell Stewart Halebian Jacobson LLP Announce Settlement of Class Claims Against NASDAQ on Facebook IPO

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Plaintiffs’ Lead Counsel Announce Settlement of Class Claims Against NASDAQ on Facebook IPO
Business Wire

One Year Ago, These Bonds Were Eight Times Oversubscribed

one year ago, these bonds were eight times oversubscribed
Almost exactly one year ago, Greece returned "triumphally" to the bond markets when it issued its first 5 Year bond post-bailout at the lowest yield since 2009. This was trumpeted by business media..
Zero Hedge

Welcome to year 11 of people worrying about a tech bubble

welcome to year 11 of people worrying about a tech bubble
It's time to kick off another round of worrying about the tech bubble. According to the New York Times, there was a "sense of foreboding" hanging over a panel discussion about venture capital at..
Business Insider

Taking Your Startup Public Is Fraught With Negatives

In the old days, every entrepreneur dreamed of easily taking their startup public, and making it big. Today the rate of startups going public (IPO - Initial Public Offering) is up from the dead zone,..
Huffington Post

Man ‘sold’ Facebook IPO shares, gets 46 months in the federal slammer

man ‘sold’ facebook ipo shares, gets 46 months in the federal slammer
Fred Todd and to co-conspirators bilked their victims out of millions of dollars by promising early access to Facebook IPO shares. Now they're all going to prison.
VentureBeat Also reported by •ajc.com

Lawyer who sold fake shares in Facebook IPO gets 46 months in prison

Lawyer who sold fake shares in Facebook IPO gets 46 months in prison
ajc.com


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