John Phelan, Who Led NYSE in 1987 Stock Crash, Dies at 81Laurence Arnold
John Phelan, who led the New York Stock Exchange into the modern era of competition and huge trading volumes and provided calm at the center of the storm when stock prices crashed in October 1987, has died. He was 81.
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