Bunyan Out, Hogan In At S&P Trading Systems: Hogan To Unify S&PTS With CQI

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Following the departure of two senior executives, Standard & Poor's Trading Systems has a new president. Phil Hogan, who joined S&PTS parent McGraw-Hill, Inc. when it bought his firm, Commodity Quotations, Inc., at the end of last year, will now head both CQI and S&P's market data unit.

Hogan's appointment comes in the wake of the resignations of former S&PTS president John Bunyan, who left at the end of the year to become president of American Real-Time Services, and business development chi

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