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GROUPON/
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November 04, 2011 
Groupon CEO is Andrew Mason (C) poses with Nasdaq CEO Bob Greifeld and Executive Vice President of NASDAQ... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Groupon CEO is Andrew Mason poses with Nasdaq CEO Bob Greifeld and Executive Vice President of NASDAQ... 
Groupon CEO is Andrew Mason (C) poses with Nasdaq CEO Bob Greifeld and Executive Vice President of NASDAQ Bruce Aust following the opening bell ceremony celebrating his company's IPO at the Nasdaq Market in New York, November 4, 2011. Groupon Inc raised $700 million after increasing the size of its initial public offering, becoming the largest IPO by an Internet company since Google Inc raised $1.7 billion in 2004. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS) 
GROUPON/IPO-DEBUT
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November 04, 2011 
Groupon Chief Executive Andrew Mason (L) talks with Nasdaq Chief Executive Bob Greifeld following the... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Groupon CEO Mason talks with Nasdaq CEO Greifeld following opening bell ceremony celebrating Groupon's... 
Groupon Chief Executive Andrew Mason (L) talks with Nasdaq Chief Executive Bob Greifeld following the opening bell ceremony celebrating Groupon's IPO at the Nasdaq Market in New York November 4, 2011. Shares of daily deals site Groupon Inc rose more than 50 percent in their stock market debut on Friday, but at least some of the early trading exuberance may have come from the small amount of shares offered. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS) 
DAVOS-FORUM/
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January 24, 2008 
Bob Greifeld (2nd R), CEO of the NASDAQ and Maria Bartiromo (3rd R), anchor woman of CNBC applause after... 
Davos, Switzerland 
NASDAQ CEO Greifeld and CNBC's anchor woman Bartiromo applause after opening the stock market remotly... 
Bob Greifeld (2nd R), CEO of the NASDAQ and Maria Bartiromo (3rd R), anchor woman of CNBC applause after opening the stock market remotly from the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos January 24, 2008. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (SWITZERLAND) 
DAVOS-FORUM/
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January 24, 2008 
Bob Greifeld , CEO of the NASDAQ applause after opening the stock market remotely from the World Economic... 
Davos, Switzerland 
NASDAQ CEO Greifeld applause after opening the stock market remotly from the World Economic Forum in... 
Bob Greifeld , CEO of the NASDAQ applause after opening the stock market remotely from the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos January 24, 2008. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (SWITZERLAND) 
CHINA-SARBANES/
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April 03, 2007 
Nasdaq Chief Executive Bob Greifeld (C) rings the opening bell of the exchange as representatives from... 
Beijing, China 
Nasdaq Chief Executive Greifeld rings the opening bell of the exchange during the Nasdaq remote market... 
Nasdaq Chief Executive Bob Greifeld (C) rings the opening bell of the exchange as representatives from Chinese companies listed on the Nasdaq celebrate during the Nasdaq remote market open ceremony in Beijing April 3, 2007. Expected reforms to the U.S. Sarbanes-Oxley legislation on accounting would make it easier for Chinese firms to list in the United States, Greifeld said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA) 
CHINA-SARBANES/
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April 03, 2007 
Nasdaq Chief Executive Bob Greifeld (C), U.S. Ambassador to China Clark Randt (centre L) and representatives... 
Beijing, China 
Nasdaq Chief Executive Greifeld, U.S. Ambassador to China Randt and representatives from Chinese companies... 
Nasdaq Chief Executive Bob Greifeld (C), U.S. Ambassador to China Clark Randt (centre L) and representatives from Chinese companies listed on the Nasdaq celebrate during the Nasdaq remote market open ceremony in Beijing April 3, 2007. Expected reforms to the U.S. Sarbanes-Oxley legislation on accounting would make it easier for Chinese firms to list in the United States, Greifeld said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA) 
CHINA-SARBANES/
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April 03, 2007 
A woman prepares Nasdaq Chief Executive Bob Greifeld for an interview after the Nasdaq remote market... 
Beijing, China 
A woman prepares Nasdaq Chief Executive Greifeld for an interview after the Nasdaq remote market open... 
A woman prepares Nasdaq Chief Executive Bob Greifeld for an interview after the Nasdaq remote market open ceremony in Beijing April 3, 2007. Expected reforms to the U.S. Sarbanes-Oxley legislation on accounting would make it easier for Chinese firms to list in the United States, Greifeld said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA) 
CHINA-SARBANES/
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April 03, 2007 
Nasdaq Chief Executive Bob Greifeld (3rd R), U.S. Ambassador to China Clark Randt (3rd L) and representatives... 
Beijing, China 
Nasdaq Chief Executive Greifeld, U.S. Ambassador to China Randt and representatives from Chinese companies... 
Nasdaq Chief Executive Bob Greifeld (3rd R), U.S. Ambassador to China Clark Randt (3rd L) and representatives from Chinese companies listed on Nasdaq attend the Nasdaq remote market open ceremony in Beijing April 3, 2007. Expected reforms to the U.S. Sarbanes-Oxley legislation on accounting would make it easier for Chinese firms to list in the United States, Greifeld said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA) 
CHINA-SARBANES/
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April 03, 2007 
NASDAQ Chief Executive Bob Greifeld gestures as he speaks during the NASDAQ remote market open ceremony... 
Beijing, China 
NASDAQ Chief Executive Bob Greifeld gestures in Beijing 
NASDAQ Chief Executive Bob Greifeld gestures as he speaks during the NASDAQ remote market open ceremony in Beijing April 3, 2007. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA) 
CHINA/
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April 03, 2007 
NASDAQ Chief Executive Bob Greifeld (3rd R) , U.S. Ambassador to China Clark Randt (3rd L) and representatives... 
Beijing, China 
NASDAQ Chief Executive Greifeld, U.S. Ambassador to China Randt and representatives from Chinese companies... 
NASDAQ Chief Executive Bob Greifeld (3rd R) , U.S. Ambassador to China Clark Randt (3rd L) and representatives from Chinese companies listed on NASDAQ attend the NASDAQ remote market open ceremony in Beijing April 3, 2007. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA) 
ENVIRONMENT USA SCHWARZENEGGER
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October 16, 2006 
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger poses in Times Square with NASDAQ executive vice president... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
California Governor Schwarzenegger rings the NASDAQ market opening bell with NASDAQ executives Aust and... 
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger poses in Times Square with NASDAQ executive vice president Bruce Aust (L) and chief executive Bob Greifeld (R) after ringing the NASDAQ market opening bell in New York October 16, 2006. Schwarzenegger is in town to discuss the implementation of California's landmark market-based greenhouse gas emissions reduction system. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES) 
ENVIRONMENT USA SCHWARZENEGGER
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October 16, 2006 
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger rings the Nasdaq market opening bell with Nasdaq executive... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
California Governor Schwarzenegger rings the Nasdaq market opening bell with Nasdaq executives Aust and... 
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger rings the Nasdaq market opening bell with Nasdaq executive vice president Bruce Aust (L) and Nasdaq chief executive Bob Greifeld (R) in New York October 16, 2006. Schwarzenegger is in town to discuss the implementation of California's landmark market-based greenhouse gas emissions reduction system. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES) 
MARKETS NASDAQ
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August 01, 2006 
Nasdaq chief executive Bob Greifeld (L) speaks as the head of Nasdaq International, Charlotte Crosswell,... 
Mumbai, India 
Nasdaq President Greifeld speaks as head of Nasdaq International Crosswell looks on during a news conference... 
Nasdaq chief executive Bob Greifeld (L) speaks as the head of Nasdaq International, Charlotte Crosswell, looks on during a news conference in Mumbai August 1, 2006. Sarbanes-Oxley rules on internal corporate controls may have deterred some foreign firms from seeking a U.S. listing but senior Nasdaq officials say companies are now more willing to comply with the exacting requirements. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe (INDIA) 
MARKETS NASDAQ
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August 01, 2006 
Nasdaq chief executive Bob Greifeld speaks during a news conference in Mumbai August 1, 2006. Sarbanes-Oxley... 
Mumbai, India 
Nasdaq President Greifeld speaks during a news conference in Mumbai 
Nasdaq chief executive Bob Greifeld speaks during a news conference in Mumbai August 1, 2006. Sarbanes-Oxley rules on internal corporate controls may have deterred some foreign firms from seeking a U.S. listing but senior Nasdaq officials say companies are now more willing to comply with the exacting requirements. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe (INDIA) 
MARKETS NASDAQ
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August 01, 2006 
Nasdaq chief executive Bob Greifeld speaks during a news conference in Mumbai August 1, 2006. Sarbanes-Oxley... 
Mumbai, India 
Nasdaq President Greifeld speaks during a news conference in Mumbai 
Nasdaq chief executive Bob Greifeld speaks during a news conference in Mumbai August 1, 2006. Sarbanes-Oxley rules on internal corporate controls may have deterred some foreign firms from seeking a U.S. listing but senior Nasdaq officials say companies are now more willing to comply with the exacting requirements. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe (INDIA) 
FINANCIAL SUMMIT NASDAQ
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May 08, 2006 
Bob Greifeld, CEO of Nasdaq, stands in front of the Nasdaq Building in Times Square New York May 8, 2006.... 
New York, USA 
Bob Greifeld, CEO of Nasdaq, stands in front of the Nasdaq Building in Times Square New York 
Bob Greifeld, CEO of Nasdaq, stands in front of the Nasdaq Building in Times Square New York May 8, 2006. REUTERS/Meredith Davenport 
Financial Summit Nasdaq
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May 08, 2006 
Bob Greifeld, CEO of Nasdaq, speaks at the Exchanges and Trading Summit at the Reuters Building in New... 
New York, USA 
Greifeld CEO of Nasdaq speaks at Exchanges and Trading Summit at Reuters Building in New York 
Bob Greifeld, CEO of Nasdaq, speaks at the Exchanges and Trading Summit at the Reuters Building in New York May 8, 2006. REUTERS/Meredith Davenport 
NASDAQ SEARS
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March 28, 2005 
William Crowley (L) Executive Vice President and CFO of Sears Holdings Corporation, talks as Bob Greifeld,... 
New York, USA 
Sears Holdings Corporation listed for the first time on the NASDQ market in New York. 
William Crowley (L) Executive Vice President and CFO of Sears Holdings Corporation, talks as Bob Greifeld, president and CEO of the NASDAQ stock market listens at the NASDAQ market site in New York as Sears Holdings Corporation (SHLD) is listed for the first time, March 28, 2005. Sears Holdings Corporation unites Kmart and Sears under one company after Kmart acquired Sears. REUTERS/Jeff Christensen JC 
NASDAQ SEARS
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March 28, 2005 
William Crowley (L) Executive Vice President and CFO of Sears Holdings Corporation, and Bob Greifeld,... 
New York, USA 
Sears Holdings Corporation listed for the first time on the NASDQ market. 
William Crowley (L) Executive Vice President and CFO of Sears Holdings Corporation, and Bob Greifeld, president and CEO of the NASDAQ stock market clap at the NASDAQ market site in New York as Sears Holdings Corporation (SHLD) is listed for the first time, March 28, 2005. Sears Holdings Corporation unites Kmart and Sears under one company after Kmart acquired Sears. REUTERS/Jeff Christensen JC 
MARKETS USA STOCKS
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June 14, 2004 
Tom Glocer (center right), the Chief Executive Officer of Reuters Group PLC, poses with NASDAQ Chief... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
REUTERS CEO GLOCER AT NASDAQ CEREMONY. 
Tom Glocer (center right), the Chief Executive Officer of Reuters Group PLC, poses with NASDAQ Chief Executive Officer and President Bob Greifeld (C) and Reuters employees outside the NASDAQ MarketSite in Times Square after presiding over the opening of the NASDAQ Stock Market on June 14, 2004. Glocer visited the NASDAQ to mark the 20th anniversary of Reuters listing there. REUTERS/Peter Morgan PM 
MARKETS USA STOCKS
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June 14, 2004 
Tom Glocer (L), the Chief Executive Officer of Reuters Group PLC, makes remarks before presiding over... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
REUTERS CEO GLOCER AT NASDAQ CEREMONY. 
Tom Glocer (L), the Chief Executive Officer of Reuters Group PLC, makes remarks before presiding over the opening of the NASDAQ Stock Market at the NASDAQ MarketSite in New York on June 14, 2004. Glocer visited the NASDAQ to mark the 20th anniversary of Reuters listing there. NASDAQ Chief Executive Officer and President Bob Greifeld (R) also attended the event. REUTERS/Peter Morgan PM 
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