In its second major announcement inside of a week, Dow Jones on April 10 said it had reached an agreement with Nihon Keizei Shimbun (Nikkei) and Quick Corp. on a wide-ranging collaborative pact. The accord will involve joint development of news services for the equities markets, as well as several other cooperative ventures.
The agreement, which also involves Dow Jones Markets' long-time Japanese redistributor, KK Kyodo, follows a similar one struck with Boston-based Primark Corp.'s Datastrea
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