The Rich Financial Group, a Shady Side, Md.-based asset management and trading advisory company, has formed a subsidiary called Investment News Online (I-no) that plans to use the Internet's World Wide Web service to become an "information clearinghouse" for the global futures industry. Over 35 contributors have already signed up for the service, which includes information on futures brokers, fund managers and price histories. I-no's Internet initiative follows other ventures into cyberspace
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