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Taking Stock

Future perspectives in five questions. The NYSE sat down with CEOs, venture capitalists, and thought leaders in technology about which trends will have the biggest impact on society, what the next generation of business leaders need to solve for, and what ESG opportunities and challenges should take priority.

February 22, 2022

NYSE Chair Sharon Bowen Has Never Been Shy About Making History
“If you can see it, you can be it.” It’s impossible to speak with those who know Sharon Bowen and not come across this phrase again and again. Bowen, whose journey began as a standout student at an all-Black elementary school in her native Virginia, has blazed a groundbreaking trail of leadership in law, finance and public service that has cleared the way for others to follow.

December 6, 2021

New NYSE President Lynn Martin Brings Tech Background to the Big Board »
Lynn Martin made quite an impression the first time she spoke with Intercontinental Exchange Chairman and CEO Jeff Sprecher. He found her a meaningful role then and has turned to Martin once again, this time naming her the 68th president of the New York Stock Exchange.

November 12, 2021

Tech Companies from Silicon Valley to Sao Paulo Celebrate New Listings at the NYSE »
The street just outside the New York Stock Exchange was transformed into a neighborhood block party early this week as Nextdoor made its market debut, part of a flurry of activity that saw multiple technology companies list their shares and concluded with a moving trading floor tribute on Veterans Day.

October 28, 2021

What It's Really Like to Ring the NYSE Bell »
The rhythmic strikes of the NYSE’s brass podium bell have become synonymous with the real-time beat of capitalism, signaling the start and close of trading at the world’s largest stock exchange.

October 22, 2021

Bitcoin, Jason Sudeikis, WeWork Mark Historic Week at the NYSE »
The New York Stock Exchange is known for many things including its historic trading floor, ubiquitous opening and closing bells, and colorful IPOs. This week, Bitcoin joined the list.

August 27, 2021

As Wildfires Burn, ICE Shows How Sophisticated ESG Tools Have Become »
Wildfires are raging across the western United States, destroying homes, commercial buildings and entire towns. The biggest is the Dixie Fire, which has spread across more than 700,000 acres in Northern California and turned more than 1,200 buildings to ash.

July 9, 2021

The Unassuming Nerve Center of the NYSE Trading Floor »
There are no signs announcing its location. No painted lines on the parquet floor to guide visitors. Yet, every trader at the New York Stock Exchange knows the way to this small but critical area of the famed 16,000 square-foot trading floor.

June 9, 2021
NYSE’s Newest Upgrades Start Right at the Front Door »

During the pandemic, the New York Stock Exchange took extraordinary steps to keep its markets open and operating smoothly. At the same time, it was quietly making major upgrades away from the trading floor.

May 20, 2021
The High-Tech NYSE That Nobody Ever Sees »

It’s shortly after midnight and the New York Stock Exchange is waking up. This is the modern-day NYSE, powered by technology remarkable in its scale and capabilities.