Man arrested following phone threat over NYSE deal
NEW YORK (Reuters) – A man has been arrested in connection
with a phone threat regarding the New York Stock Exchange’s
deal to buy electronic trading company Archipelago Holdings
Inc., according to the New York police.
Exchange seatholder William Higgins, a vocal opponent of
the terms of the deal, received a death threat in July, left on
a voicemail at the office of his lawyers, Grant & Eisenhofer,
according to the law firm.
New York police detective Bernard Hardy confirmed to
Reuters on Monday that a man had been arrested.