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Moment of silence at NYSE for Manchester victims

Traders at the New York Stock Exchange observed a moment of silence before the market open in honor of the victims of the Manchester, England bombing. (May 23)        

The New York Stock Exchange is slowing down trading for a key market

The New York Stock Exchange has won approval for plans to introduce a 350-microsecond delay in trading on its market for small-cap companies. The delay will apply to NYSE American, the market previously known at NYSE MKT, and will be...Show More Summary

There's an exclusive, invite-only restaurant inside the New York Stock Exchange where only listed companies and employees can eat

Upstairs at the New York Stock Exchange, above the hustle and bustle of the famous trading floor, sits a restaurant called 1792. To be granted permission to dine at 1792, you must be an employee of the NYSE, an invited client, or part of a listed company. Show More Summary

Silver Wheaton’s Name Change Reflects Opportunities In Both Gold And Silver

Silver Wheaton began trading under its new name, Wheaton Precious Metals, on the New York Stock Exchange earlier this week. The new name reflects the transformation of Silver Wheaton from a largely silver-focused streaming company to a more diversified company

NYSE celebrates its 225th anniversary

On May 17, 1792, twenty-four brokers met under a buttonwood tree on Wall Street and helped found the New York Stock Exchange.

GM’s Millennial Ride-Sharing Platform Expands In New York

The Zipcar competitor is slowly building out a ride-sharing platform that GM hopes will prepare it for a driverless future. On Monday in front of the New York stock exchange, Julia Steyn, head of General Motors’ urban mobility project, announced the company’s app-enabled car-sharing product, Maven, will now be more broadly available in New York City. Read Full Story

Here's what a typical day is like at the New York Stock Exchange, which turns 225 years old this week

There are few places as important to American business as the New York Stock Exchange. The exchange is celebrating its 225th anniversary this week, and a multimillion-dollar renovation completed in February pays homage to its past in every conference room. Show More Summary

A "Mysterious Antenna" Emerges In An Empty Chicago Field; Billions Depend On It

Readers are familiar with the various microwave and laser arrays located at the real New York Stock Exchange in Mahwah, New Jersey, both of which we have written about in the past. Microwave tower located next to the NYSE in Mahwah, NJ. This article, however, is not about the familiar antennas off Route 17 in New Jersey. Show More Summary

Spotify reportedly to go public as direct listing on NYSE

(Reuters) – Music streaming service Spotify, most recently valued at $13 billion, will be the first major company to carry out a direct listing on the New York Stock Exchange when it goes public later this year or early next year, two sources familiar with the situation said on Friday. The move would be the […]

Spotify could come to the New York Stock Exchange by early 2018 - CNET

According to CNBC's sources, the streaming music business expects to have a direct listing by late 2017 or early 2018.

Spotify To Forgo IPO, Direct List On NYSE As Early A Q4 [REPORT]

Spotify will forgo an IPO and do a direct listing on the New York Stock Exchange, sources tell CNBC. Those same sources say that the listing is expected in the fourth quarter of 2017 or first quarter of 2018 at a $13 billion valuation. A direct public offering would save...

Spotify might forgo IPO and list directly on NYSE this year

New reports say that Spotify is choosing to forgo an initial public offering in favor of a direct listing on the New York Stock Exchange. According to CNBC, Spotify will register its shares on the public exchange. This move has been rumored for weeks. Show More Summary

Developer of Great Park, Newhall Ranch has mixed debut on public market

Developer Five Point Holdings debuted on the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday in a nearly $300-million initial public stock offering that produced mixed results for the company behind several marquee California communities. Shares of the Aliso Viejo firm rose as much as 11% from the initial...

Trickle Downer of the Week: The American CEO

(AP/Richard Drew) Charter Communications CEO Thomas Rutledge is interviewed on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2014.  T rickle-down capitalism has determined that the average American CEO is 347 times more valuable than the average worker. That’s the main takeaway from the new Executive Paywatch analysis by the AFL-CIO. Show More Summary

Shares of Orange County developer Five Point rise 7% in trading debut

Orange County developer Five Point Holdings debuted on the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday in a nearly $300-million initial public stock offering that produced mixed results for the company behind several marquee communities in California. Shares of the Aliso Viejo firm rose as much as 11%...

There has been a big departure from the New York Stock Exchange

Peggy Sullivan, a key figure at the New York Stock Exchange, has left the Big Board. Sullivan, who started at NYSE nearly 20 years ago, was vice president of strategic analysis and market data, according to her LinkedIn profile. She also served as the administrator of the Consolidated Tape Association, and headed market data for various NYSE markets. Show More Summary

Cloudera ends first day of trading with $2.3 billion market cap, 44% lower than 2014 valuation

Open-source big data company Cloudera is now, finally, a public company. Today the company traded for the first time on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), after filing to go public last month. In 2014, when Intel made a major investment in Cloudera, the latter was reported to boasting a $4.1 billion valuation. Other investors […]

Used-Car Marketplace Carvana Sinks 16% on NYSE Debut

Shares of Carvana (CVNA), the used-car online marketplace based in Phoenix, Arizona, are down $2.33, or almost 16%, at $12.67, after the company’s shares debuted on the New York Stock Exchange this morning. CEO Ernie Garcia III was kind enough to talk with me by phone for a little bit following the offering. Show More Summary

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