Nasdaq paying price of dealmaking gone wrong
Nearly two years after it failed to supersize by acquiring the NYSE, the bourse is aiming smaller with a $750 mln plan to buy eSpeed. Investors erased 90 pct of the price tag from Nasdaq’s market value. That ignores the target’s income and the buyer’s cost discipline.
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