This was one initial public offering that Nasdaq executives sure didn’t “like”.

One year after Nasdaq botched the Facebook IPO, the Securities and Exchange Commission has handed down its punishment, charging NASDAQ with securities laws violations resulting from its poor systems and decision-making during IPO and secondary market trading of Facebook shares. In turn, NASDAQ has agreed to settle the SEC’s charges by paying a $10 million penalty – the largest ever against an exchange.

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