NEW YORK, March 2- IEX Group, the start-up stock-trading venue featured in Michael Lewis' book "Flash Boys," hired a former New York Stock Exchange official as chief regulatory officer, the last piece of its senior management team as it moves to become an exchange later this year, the company said on Monday. Crowley will be IEX's main contact on regulatory issues with...» Read More
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