Rep David Schweikert, a key subcommittee chairman, met with The Deal's Ronald Orol to discuss efforts to prod the nation's securities regulator to widen the current one-penny tick increment and help drive liquidity to the market and boost IPOs.
Barnes & Noble feeling the heat.
The insurgent investor's comments come after a report that the rent-to-own retailer has rejected expressions of interest from potential two more buyers in recent months.
The insurgent manager cut his teeth working at the private equity behemoth that made the acquisition.
First stop the U.K., next up, Holland, Germany, Sweden and Switzerland.