The Trading Floor Isn't Dead Yet
When IntercontinentalExchange Group Inc. bought the New York Stock Exchange last year for $11 billion, it promised to keep the floor operating as a condition of the deal. The pledge made sense -- from a public-relations perspective. But it wouldn't be long before ICE realized its mistake and closed the floor, the conventional wisdom said at the time.
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