• The founder of a certain market data distribution systems company recently hired a private jet to take him home after a meeting in Egypt. The company had just signed an "agreement to agree" to manage the data distribution for some Egyptian stock exchanges. Apparently the boss was not happy with the timetables that the regular airlines adhered to, so he spent around $30,000 on chartering a Lear jet. Market Insider hopes he got home on time.
• Market Insider hears that Moneyline Telerate has
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