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Grasso Flap May Force NYSE Changes

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Grasso Flap May Force NYSE Changes

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Grasso Flap May Force NYSE Changes

Grasso Flap May Force NYSE Changes

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Richard Grasso's resignation amid furor over his pay could lead to changes in the structure of the New York Stock Exchange. He served as chairman and chief executive officer. Those jobs could be split, and pressure could grow for some board members to leave. Hear NPR's Renee Montagne and John Coffee, director of the Center on Corporate Governance at Columbia Law School.

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