(NEW YORK) -- The online brokerage that promised to "de-mystify finance for all" agreed Wednesday to pay nearly $70 million to resolve allegations it misled millions of customers, approved trades for thousands of ineligible customers and failed to supervise technology that accepted customer orders. The... Read More.
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