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May 28, 2014
10:45 EDTNDAQNASDAQ forms new advisory board for Private Market
Earlier today, the NASDAQ Private Market, announced the formation of a new advisory board that will advise the company on both the legal and regulatory policies affecting the private capital markets including minimum disclosure criteria and the appropriate market structure for the trading of private unregistered securities. All six advisors have extensive expertise in the private capital ecosystem and have held executive positions at leading service providers to private growth companies. NASDAQ Private Market expects to appoint additional advisors to the advisory board over the next few months. "We are thrilled to welcome our inaugural advisors to the NASDAQ Private Market team," said Greg Brogger, President of NASDAQ Private Market. "Each of our advisors has a distinguished career in assisting private companies with various aspects of capital raising, shareholder liquidity and the transition into the public markets. Their counsel will be invaluable as we continue to architect capital market solutions for the NASDAQ Private Market platform and welcome new private companies to this marketplace." Launched in March 2014, NASDAQ Private Market's capital marketplace for private companies provides qualifying private companies the tools and resources to efficiently raise capital, control secondary transactions, and manage their equity-related functions.
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January 28, 2016
07:07 EDTNDAQNasdaq reports Q4 EPS 89c, consensus 89c
Reports Q4 revenue $536M, consensus $530.16M. The company initiated 2016 non-GAAP operating expense guidance of $1.11B-$1.16B
07:04 EDTNDAQNasdaq CFO Lee Shavel to retire
Nasdaq announced that Lee Shavel, CFO and EVP, Corporate Strategy will retire, effective March 31. Shavel has accepted a position to join the board of a public company. Ron Hassen, SVP and Corporate Controller, Nasdaq, will serve as interim CFO, as the company conducts an active search to fill the role. Hassen has been with Nasdaq for nearly 15 years and previously served as interim CFO.

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