A former managing director of the Nasdaq Stock Market was sentenced today to 42 months in prison by a federal judge in Virginia.

Donald Johnson, 57, was sentenced for engaging in insider trading on multiple occasions based on material, non-public information he obtained in his capacity as a Nasdaq executive. Johnson also was ordered to forfeit $755,066.

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