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That was a popular recommendation of corporate governance advocates, but it was not much of a reform at Christie’s because those two officers were the ones creating the scheme to fix prices. S. government because it supplied evidence against Sotheby’s chairman. S. government in order to get him to testify against Taubman. Dede Brooks, Sotheby’s chief executive officer, was also given a deal by the government for turning on Taubman. She was sentenced to six months of house arrest in her swank Manhattan apartment.
The Chicago Stock Exchange was then trading about 50 million shares a day. After seeing those volume figures, Nasdaq announced that it was expanding its trading hours to allow evening trading sessions. Broker-Dealers The securities industry had record profits of $16 billion in 1999. Executives at large brokerage firms were receiving large compensation packages. The 18 THE STOCK MARKET BUBBLE AND ENRON head of Merrill Lynch, David H. 3 million in 1999, triple the amount he received the prior year.
Madden was subjected to an SEC order that barred him from serving as an officer or director of any public company for seven years. Martha Stewart would be compared to Madden as an example of the downfall of the mighty, after her conviction for obstruction of justice in the wake of the Enron scandal. The district attorney in Manhattan, Robert Morgenthau, was using the state’s Martin Act to prosecute pump and dump schemes. S. Goldmen. S. Goldmen defrauded customers of over $100 million. S. Goldmen’s president, Anthony Marchiano, was given a prison sentence of 10 to 30 years.