Furman Selz Inc. has just finished installing some 170 copies of Microsoft Corp. Windows on PCs running ILX's market data workstation software -- replacing Quotron dumb terminals. But the New York-based firm is lobbying for an Apple Computer Inc. Macintosh-based version of ILX's workstation software, and could well get one.
Sources say ILX has been working on a prototype of its workstation software running native under Apple's proprietary operating environment. ILX officials say no agreement
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