1997 Dow Jones Gives Up on Telerate

INSIDE MARKET DATA 20TH ANNIVERSARY ISSUE

Quotron Revisited? Telerate Languishes As DJ Seeks Buyer

Dow Jones Markets started 1997 with ambitious plans to overhaul its infrastructure, management and product offerings but ended it on the sales block. As of this writing, the Dow Jones Markets prospectus is circulating the offices of potential buyers, while parent Dow Jones & Co. waits for someone to take the ailing unit off its hands.

The writing had been on the wall for some years for Telerate, whose name was changed to Dow Jones Market

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