The reputation of the New York Stock Exchange will suffer because it failed to have a backup facility to deal with Hurricane Sandy, Arthur Levitt, former chairman of the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission said Tuesday in a radio interview.
The exchange said the chairman did not contact it to find out what its plan was and that he was irresponsibly wrong in making his on-air comments.
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