Under-the-Counter Market

Lambert, Emily
September 2008
Forbes Asia;9/15/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 15, p37
The article discusses a lawsuit that pits former principals of Axiom Global Partners, a brokerage firm, against each other. Marcos Brodsky, Nicholas Stephan and Wesley Wang, in a defamation lawsuit, alleged that their former boss James Cawley embezzled money, blew $19,000 on female escorts and verbally abused his staff. Cawley in turn, has accused them of nuking a $25 million sale and of harassment. Cawley has shared evidence with the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commision.


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