Botched Facebook IPO prompts Nasdaq to cut CEO's bonus

Nasdaq OMX Group said in a regulatory filing that it cut CEO Robert Greifeld's 2012 annual bonus by more than $542,000 over the handling of the initial public offering of Facebook. Anna Ewing, executive vice president of Global Technology Solutions at Nasdaq, also saw her bonus for 2012 reduced. "The committee and board explicitly considered the Facebook IPO in connection with their review and determination of these reduced payouts," the company said.

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