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IEX's latest video mirrors that of an infomercial

IEX just released a mock infomercial trolling NYSE and Nasdaq, and it’s sure to get Wall Street’s attention

IEX published a video on YouTube poking fun at what market participants actually receive when paying exchange fees.
IEX cofounder and CEO Brad Katsuyama.

The CEO whose stock exchange is taking on Nasdaq and NYSE says people don’t realize how different entrepreneurship is from corporate life

IEX CEO Brad Katsuyama said employees take a lot of things for granted at big companies that people don't have as an entrepreneur.
IEX CEO Brad Katsuyama said he doesn't consider himself the typical entrepreneurial type.

IEX CEO Brad Katsuyama talks about life after ‘Flash Boys’ and how he’s taking on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq

IEX CEO Brad Katsuyama, hero of Michael Lewis' bestseller "Flash Boys" talks about his unlikely entrepreneurial path, and why he thinks IEX is at the start of a new phase.
Brad Katsuyama, chief executive of IEX Group, is pictured at IEX's new office space in 2014

Upstart exchange IEX snags its first listing from Nasdaq

It's an important moment for the young stock exchange which commands just 2% of the stock trading market.

A former regulator talks speed and special interests in the stock market

A change in administration and at the helm of the SEC typically encourages conversation about regulatory reform.

The SEC might be about to wade into a war between Wall Street traders

It looks like the Securities and Exchange Commission might be about to shine a spotlight on one of the hot topics in Wall Street trading.

America’s newest stock exchange has made a big Wall Street hire

IEX, America's newest stock exchange, calls itself The Investors Exchange. Now, it wants to become the exchange for some of America's biggest companies, too.

There’s a new ‘hot-button’ issue on Wall Street, and battle lines are being drawn

The stock exchanges, and in particular the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq, sit on one side of the argument. They're up against some of their biggest users.