Commentary: Can The Big Board Police Itself?Gary Weiss
As the debate over public stock offerings by the stock exchanges heats up, one issue has come to the forefront: If the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq stock market go public, can they still properly regulate themselves? The Securities & Exchange Commission is seriously considering one possible solution--combining the exchanges' regulatory arms into one separate and distinct "super-self-regulator."
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