NYX 360: 24 January, 2011

NYSE woos Silicon Valley to catch next wave of listings (FT)

Demand Media, Nielsen to kick off IPO season (MarketWatch, WSJ)

Visteon returns to NYSE listing today (Detroit Free Press)

Dominique Cerutti is sponsor of new Financial Economics track at EDHEC (Invest in Cote d’Azur)

Michael Downey: Amount of trading away from public markets “approaching unhealthy levels” (Bloomberg)

Transparency fears ahead of MiFid overhaul (FT Trading Room)

Briefing on NYSE Euronext’s Paris professional segment (Paul Hastings)

Oversight of banks costs US far more than EU (FT)

Are individual investors returning to U.S. stocks too late? (AP)

100 Women in Hedge Funds to ring in 10th anniversary today (National Post)

Global new reality future leadership development growth art: the Davos word cloud (Paul Kedrosky)

"Merle Hazard" sings Europe's economic tune (Talking Biz News)

How many others – like me – grew up watching (and loving) Jack LaLanne? (NYT)