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Good Greifeld

11 Apr 2006 By Rob Cox

By scooping up a near15% stake, the Nasdaq hopes to bring the LSE to the bargaining table. But its tactics are wildly aggressive. That could turn off regulators, attract a white knight and, at escalating prices, gives its own shareholders something to worry about.

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