McGraw-Hill Seeks To Calm Market Data Unit Following Latest Shake-Up


Executives at McGraw-Hill, Inc, are working to restore morale at the company's Financial Systems and Trading Services unit in the wake of its latest reorganization (MTR, January 1987). More than two years after McGraw-Hill acquired the former Monchik-Weber Corp., company officials insist the market data group has finally found a permanent home.

Officials insist as well that the recent shake-up wasn't the result of the demise of International Marketnet, a visible FSTS customer. By their account

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