Judge Rules Grasso Must Return Millions

Friday, October 20, 2006

A New York judge has ruled that the former chairman of the New York Stock Exchange -- Richard Grasso -- has to pay back as much as $100 million of the money he received as compensation from the exchange. This is the latest twist in tortured litigation initiated by state Attorney General Eliot Spitzer -- now the Democratic candidate for governor. To talk about this and the latest merger of exchanges is Aaron Elstein, senior reporter at Crain's New York Business. Thank you for joining us:

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