NYSE's Grasso Urged to Resign

Pressure is mounting for New York Stock Exchange Chairman Richard Grasso to step down. Several top state financial officers say Grasso's $140 million compensation package compromises his role as regulator of publicly traded companies. Hear NPR's Jim Zarroli.



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