Relations between Facebook (FB) and the NASDAQ (NDAQ) remain frosty six weeks after the former's...
Monday, July 2, 2012, 9:13 AM ETRelations between Facebook (FB) and the NASDAQ (NDAQ) remain frosty six weeks after the former's problem-filled IPO, which led to a flurry of class-action suits. Facebook execs continue to blame the NASDAQ for the IPO's trade-execution issues, sources tell the NYT, and is still considering switching to the NYSE (NYX). A conference call in which NASDAQ CEO Robert Greifeld claimed the execution issues didn't affect Facebook's stock price don't seem to be helping.
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