NYSE Chief Mulls Appeal Of Blocked Deal

Duncan Niederauer, ceo of NYSE Euronext, said he and Deutsche Bourse would explore all options, including an appeal, if the European Union’s antitrust regulators reject their proposed merger, saying in an interview that the exchanges would “fight to the end.”

  • 20 Jan 2012

Duncan Niederauer, ceo of NYSE Euronext, said he and Deutsche Bourse would explore all options, including an appeal, if the European Union’s antitrust regulators reject their proposed merger, saying in an interview that the exchanges would “fight to the end.”

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