60 Minutes featured Michael Lewis, author of 'Flash Boys' yesterday and Wall Street hasn't stopped buzzing about it. The book exposes high frequency trading and how some players get an unfair advantage calling the market rigged. Jon Corpina of Meridian Equity Partners hopes it puts a welcomed spotlight on the problem. He wants the investors to come first and legalized front running is not fair to investors, yet the regulators have done nothing to stop it.

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