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NYSE/Archipelago update

Dec 7, 2005
Members of the New York Stock Exchange have approved the acquisition of electronic exchange operator Archipelago. Bob Moon looks at what's next for the Big Board.
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A public exchange

Dec 6, 2005
The members of the New York Stock Exchange took a big step into the digital age today, approving a merger with the electronic trading firm Archipelago. New York bureau chief Bob Moon reports.
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NYSE/Archipelago

Dec 6, 2005
Members of the New York Stock Exchange are expected to vote today on whether to acquire electronic exchange operator Archipelago. Bob Moon reports.
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Calpine's woes

Dec 6, 2005
Stock trading for one of the nation's largest power producers is scheduled to be suspended today amid fears it's heading for Chapter 11. Hillary Wicai reports.
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Taking stock of the NYSE

Dec 5, 2005
Tomorrow, seat-holders at the New York Stock Exchange vote on whether to approve the Exchange's merger with electronic trading firm Archipelago. Bob Moon tells host Kai Ryssdal why they're likely to vote yes.
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Berkshire Hathaway

Dec 5, 2005
Newsweek's Wall Street Editor Allan Sloan looks at the market for shares of Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway stock with host Scott Jagow.
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All we want for Christmas...

Dec 2, 2005
...is a seat on the New York Stock Exchange. Of course, it costs $4 million. A year ago, $2 million seemed like a good price. What's up? Well, as Bob Moon reports, Tuesday the NYSE votes on its merger with Archipelago.
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Santa Claus, Goldilocks, and...

Dec 2, 2005
...Alan Greenspan as a Tasmanian Devil? It's always a colorful cast of characters when Dallas stockbroker David Johnson checks in. He chatted today with Tess Vigeland about the state of the financial world.
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eProxy

Nov 30, 2005
The SEC is considering a rule change that would allow companies to use e-mail to send proxy statements to shareholders. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
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Nasdaq in China

Nov 30, 2005
The race is on for stock markets eager to attract listings from China's fast emerging private companies. Nasdaq CEO Robert Greifeld gave a speech at a Chinese university known for its entrepreneurial graduates. Jocelyn Ford has more.
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