By Nikolaj Gammeltoft, Nina Mehta and Lu Wang |
April 25, 2013
The Chicago Board Options Exchange opened for trading three-and-a-half hours late today after a software malfunction shut the derivatives market as its top executives were away at an industry event in Las Vegas.
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