Latest McGraw-Hill Reorganization Brings Platt's, S&P Trading Systems Under One Roof


Like the boll weevil, the Standard & Poor's Trading Systems unit at McGraw-Hill, Inc. is still trying to find a home. The latest, much- publicized corporate reorganization at McGraw-Hill has once again shifted reporting responsibility for the nomadic unit to a different part of the company, the second such shift in the past year and the seventh since its predecessor Monchik-Weber Corp. was acquired in 1985.

The latest layover for S&P Trading Systems is in the newly-created Commodity Services

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