Money managers, and their vendors and customers, rallied around Internet technologies for their ease of use, cost effectiveness and freedom to exchange information electronically with, potentially, anyone.
Alas, a communication standard was emerging: Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), the language of the Internet. The speed with which the financial community rushed to adopt Internet technology testified to people's excitement.
With a secure, internal "intranet" in place, firms could receive sof
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