Quick America Loses Prez As U.S. Institutional Service Remains Nowhere To Be Seen


As part of an overall strategy to boost its marketing and systems development efforts, Quick Corp. plans in April to send Norio Komiya, the president of its Quick (America) Corp. subsidiary, off to Europe. The move comes as Quick America scrambles to meet a second-quarter release date for its long-overdue North America-oriented data service, called Quick Trace--which is intended for marketing to buy-side institutions.

To assume Komiya's position after he departs, Quick has reassigned the head of

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