Standard & Poor's Trading Systems Appoints New President; Bunyan: Our Commitment Is To Become A Major Player


After several years of struggling under the McGraw-Hill, Inc. umbrella, the Standard and Poor's Trading Systems unit seems on the verge of finding itself. Twelve months after a wrenching top-to- bottom face-lift (MTR, February 1987), S&PTS has a new president, some new products, several new joint marketing deals, and a new high- profile customer, the American Stock Exchange.

"One year ago [S&PTS] was primarily a provider of a wholesale data feed to a small number of organizations who were

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