A tiny San Francisco company, Aria International, is quietly developing an Apple Macintosh II-based workstation system for brokers and traders. The company won't comment, but sources who've seen a prototype say it's the hottest thing ever done with a Mac.
Aria, formerly known as Prescriptive Technologies, comprises a group of former Bank of America systems developers, and its chairman is former Bankamerica Corp. chairman Leland Prussia. "The company has not yet been announced," says Prussia.
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