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  • Adena Friedman to become Nasdaq CEO

    Adena Friedman, Nasdaq president, is to become Nasdaq's new CEO, succeeding current CEO Robert Greifeld. CNBC's Dominic Chu reports.

  • Nov 14- Transatlantic exchange operator Nasdaq Inc on Monday named Adena Friedman as its chief executive officer, replacing Bob Greifeld who will become the chairman.

  • NEW YORK, Nov 14- IEX Group, operator of the newest U.S. stock exchange, on Monday said it hired former Morgan Stanley executive Sara Furber to help it challenge Nasdaq Inc and Intercontinental Exchange Inc's New York Stock Exchange for corporate listings. The New York- based company, which was featured in Michael Lewis' book "Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt," has been...

  • Every Fortune 500 firm investing in machine learning: Nasdaq Vice Chair

    Nasdaq Vice Chairman Bruce Aust talks about the shift in technology’s innovations and how artificial intelligence has become a big investment in the space.

  • Nasdaq net income in the third quarter dropped 5.1 percent to $131 million, or 77 cents per diluted share, compared to $138 million, or 80 cents per diluted share, a year earlier, it said. The New York- based company also bought Canadian stock trading venue CXC and news distribution company Marketwired in February. Nasdaq rival Bats Global Markets is being acquired...

  • NEW YORK, Oct 25- Artificial intelligence programs have beaten chess masters and TV quiz show champions. Two exchange operators have announced plans to launch artificial intelligence tools for market surveillance in the coming months and officials at a Wall Street regulator tell Reuters they are not far behind. A.I. may even sniff out new types of chicanery,...

  • NEW YORK, Oct 25- Artificial intelligence programs have beaten chess masters and TV quiz show champions. Two exchange operators have announced plans to launch artificial intelligence tools for market surveillance in the coming months and officials at a Wall Street regulator tell Reuters they are not far behind. A.I. may even sniff out new types of chicanery,...

  • Opening Bell, October 20, 2016

    Ringing today's opening bell are Macquarie Infrastructure Corporation CEO James Hooke, at the NYSE; and EXL Vice Chairman and CEO Rohit Kapoor, at the Nasdaq.

  • Today's Bell Ringer, October 20, 2016

    Today's bell ringers are Macquarie Infrastructure Corporation CEO James Hooke, at the NYSE; and EXL Vice Chairman and CEO Rohit Kapoor, at the Nasdaq.

  • IPO pipeline from China still robust: Nasdaq

    Bob McCooey, SVP at Nasdaq, talks about the Chinese companies that have chosen U.S. listings on the Nasdaq and what 2017 might bring.

  • What to expect this earnings season

    Tradersaudio.com's Ben Lichtenstein talks about his expectations for Q3 earnings season and the impact September jobs data had on markets.

  • Opening Bell, October 7, 2016

    Ringing today's opening bell are Camping World Holdings CEO Marcus Lemonis, at the NYSE; and Lang Lang International Music Foundation pianist Lang Lang, at the Nasdaq.

  • Nutanix makes its public debut

    CNBC’s Josh Lipton explains why Silicon Valley is paying such close attention to the company’s IPO.

  • An Apple employee hands over Apple iPhone 7 phones on the first day of sales of the new phone at the Berlin Apple store on September 16, 2016 in Berlin, Germany.

    The CEO of CM Research explains why his firm has a sell rating on Apple.

  • Loss of momentum in US indices: Guppy

    Daryl Guppy, CEO at Guppytraders.com, says the upward momentum in the DJIA is slowing, with the breakout above the 18,000 level being poorly supported.

  • FANG stocks have room to run: Investor

    Facebook has the most potential among the FANGs because it has more opportunities for monetization, says Sizemore Capital Management's Charles Sizemore.

  • Have these trades ready if the EM rally runs out of steam

    Emerging markets have been one of the great trades this year. But history suggests it could be a volatile one. Deirdre Bosa uses Kensho to look at the best trades when the EM rally runs out of steam.

  • McNamee: Ride sharing world faces an uphill climb

    Roger McNamee, Elevation Partners co-founder, discusses big names in the ride-sharing economy including Uber and Lyft.

  • McNamee: Facebook is an obvious name to hold

    Roger McNamee, Elevation Partners co-founder, discusses Barron's bullish call on Facebook.

  • McNamee: Tech an area of relative value

    Roger McNamee, Elevation Partners co-founder, discusses Nasdaq's winning streak and technology as he states "Nasdaq no longer the pure tech vehicle it once was."