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Nasdaq's troubles unpleasant burden for Joe Hardiman Investigators arrived during 'his watch' as NASD president; The man from Alex. Brown; One defender notes stellar preparation for surge in volume; Securities industry
Fidelity seeks to insure its funds SEC approval sought; could give sales edge; Securities industry
Digex puts stock-offering plans on hold Beltsville company cites turbulence in technology shares; Post-Labor Day is target; Firm had hoped to raise $55 million by going public
SEC delayed probe of Nasdaq Collusion charges arose nearly 2 years before investigation
Nasdaq traders remain upbeat SEC's unusual censure not expected to spark flight from the market; 'Let's face it, money talks'; Brokers are bracing for crackdown likely to flow from decision
Ex-Lazard partner convicted of fraud Jury says Ferber wronged clients by not disclosing terms
Nasdaq officials censured by SEC No. 2 stock market knew brokers fixed prices, agency says
Lockheed to shed materials company $750 million in cash will ease debt burden
IHS posts 6.25% increase in quarterly earnings Owings Mills firm eyes further acquisitions in home health field
SEC OKs briefer halts in trading When market plummets, 'circuit breaker' kicks in; Regulation
JP Foodservice agrees to acquire Arrow $29.6 million deal lands Conn. supplier; Food industry
Fees, funds and the prudent path to wealth
On guard for deadbeats Credit: The National Association of Credit Managers celebrates its 100th anniversary this year, a tribute to its members' ability to save companies from poor credit risks.
Karan boosts stock price before IPO Confidence returns after failed offering
Federal Reserve and FDIC to expand bank workers' mutual fund training Some customers could be misled about investment risks
ITT Hartford takes new direction, will open 8 mutual funds in 3 months NTC
Mutual fund managers' pay grew 30%
Fresh Fields chain bought by rival Whole Foods Market to pay $135 million
Youth Services shares skid $4.75, to $22
Digex seeks IPO approval Up to $55 million sought by surging Internet provider
Doctors forge a care alliance The area's largest physician controlled health system
To stay ahead, follow the records of fund managers
Stocks fall, with Dow losing 30 points IBM down; GE up; Nasdaq's 16.63 point drop is biggest in 5 weeks; Wall Street
Doctors Health System is expanding westward
Levitt backs bill on easing securities regulation Senate aides expect passage of measure
NASD asks new limits for halting big sell-offs 500-point fall would trip 'circuit breaker' instead of 250-point drop in Dow; Securities
Vinik stepping aside at Fidelity Magellan Top manager under fire for ethics, performance.
SEC chairman warns of conflicts of interest Personal trading by managers questioned
SEC begins prosecution of Jett Ex-trader accused of generating false profits
Individual stockbrokers aren't the only 'rogues'
Big Board is luring exciting, newer companies Many, like Microsoft, stay happy on Nasdaq
One year to stardom is questioned as inappropriate
Judge finds accountant in contempt Baltimorean McNair defied freeze on funds of client, court rules
Venture capital stake in Sylvan pays off...
A firm that feeds on trouble Forensic Technologies maps growth with $15.3 million IPO
Tiger group purchases 11% of USAir shares Troubled firm's move makes it one of top investors in airline
Local banker to be leader of Nasdaq Alfred Berkeley of Alex. Brown named president; To take over job in June; No. 2 stock market is under pressure to adopt reforms
Berkeley candidate for chief of Nasdaq Alex. Brown executive described as having 'the skill sets' for job; Securities
Library rape raised question: Is nowhere safe?On...
HCIA's earnings soar in 1st quarter Acquisitions boosted company's rapid growth; Health care
AFL-CIO trumpets shareholder power Sweeney urges members to use tactic to fight high executive pay, downsizing
New USAir leaders get higher pay Compensation exceeds successors'; salaries may affect talks with unions
Stiff fines may put developer in default IGC, chairman convicted of violating Clean Water Act
Court to hear GM appeal Federal rule to detail states' power to tax external purchases
'Shy' man turns Geico into money machine Buffett sings praises of Louis Simpson
Host Marriott sells shares to raise $415 million
Dockworkers approve cutting costs to keep cargo...
Mercantile chief paid $1.2 million in 1995 Bank's earnings rose 15 percent last year, to $104.4 million; Banking
Teamsters' list of worst directors sets off debate Pension fund's ratings criticized, but get attention of investors