Three Quoted, Three Gone

Tunick, Britt Erica
May 2003
Investment Dealers' Digest;5/19/2003, Vol. 69 Issue 20, p14
Trade Publication
Reports that Nasdaq market system executives who had featured in a story in the publication 'IDD' and had defended the electronic marketplace, have resigned. The resignations have left new chief executive officer Robert Greifeld alone at the head of the organization, and arousing suspicions that things may get worse. First came news of the resignation of President Rick Ketchum on May 8, 2003. Then Nasdaq revealed the additional departures of Bill Harts, an executive vice president of corporate strategy for Nasdaq, and Dean Furbush, an executive vice president of Nasdaq transaction systems. In between those departures came the exit of another executive who wasn't quoted in the periodical's story, Mark Denat, a senior sales executive who has been with Nasdaq since its launch.


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