It’s increasingly hard to get a grip on market manipulation

Our columnist frets about today's 'intangible liabilities'

On the last day of June 2009, Igors Nagaicevs got to work. The 34-year-old Latvian stock trader established a small position in Build-a-Bear Workshop (BBW) in his personal trading account. BBW had traded less than 100,000 shares a day for weeks, so when he hacked into a retail brokerage ...

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