BATS IPO Business Still Open
After a humiliating meltdown when its own initial public offering had to be withdrawn, the exchange operator will continues with its IPO listing business nevertheless.
BATS' Software Glitch: Bad Things Happen
After Friday's technical fiasco, BATS Global Markets was forced to withdraw the company's own I.P.O. and aplogize to its customers. But the computerized stock market shouldn't be crucified.
BATS Sticks with Europe Technology Plan After IPO Debacle
BATS Global Markets is sticking with a plan to move its Chi-X platform, Europe's largest share trading venue, to its own technology, after a software bug forced the exchange operator to take the embarrassing step of pulling its own listing last week.
BATS Flash Crash: Here's What Happened
Say what you will about BATS' humiliating IPO, stock plunge and trading stop last Friday - the exchange operator is owning up to it and answering questions.
BATS CEO: It Is With Great Humility
BATs CEO Joe Ratterman says it was a software glitch and in a letter to clients and investors he is now explaining to clients and the investor community what exactly happened.
Suffering a "Flash Crash," BATs Withdraws IPO
The debut of BATS Global Markets Exchange Inc on Friday was overshadowed by a series of blunders, including its own shares erroneously trading for less than a penny and confusing investors.
NYSE Won't Appeal Veto of D.Boerse Deal
NYSE Euronext said on
Thursday it would not join Deutsche Boerse in appealing the
European Commission's decision to prohibit the $7.4 billion
merger between the two exchange operators.