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Relations between Facebook (FB) and the NASDAQ (NDAQ) remain frosty six weeks after the former's...

Relations 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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  • TomasViewPoint
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    FB was priced too high and was greedy. They own it not NASDAQ.
    2 Jul 2012, 10:07 AM Reply Like
  • Micah
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    Surprisingly enough, with all the negative news, NDAQ is still substantially outperforming NYX over the past year.
    2 Jul 2012, 06:21 PM Reply Like
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