January 1, 2005


Banc of America Securities 12, 16
Bank of America 35, 36
Bank of New York 14
Bloomberg 35
BMW Group 24
Bose 30
Calypso Technology 15
CME 48
DataSynapse 4
Delphi 30
Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein 5
DST International 4, 42
Duncannon Group 18
Euronext.Liffe 48
Fitch Ratings 10
Gartmore 14
Gibson 30
Gissing Software 5
Goldman Sachs 4, 20
Harley-Davidson 31
InfoDyne 6
Ingeniously Executive Search 24
Jordan & Jordan 25
LatentZero 15
Lava Trading 10
Lego 31
London Stock Exchange 34
Merrill Lynch14

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