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Former Nasdaq executive pleads guilty to insider trading

A former Nasdaq executive pleaded guilty Thursday to trading stocks based on inside information he gained while working for the stock exchange. Donald Johnson admitted in a Virginia federal court that he made trades on eight occasions between 2006 and...
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