NYX 360: 25 May, 2011

Hal David

Cover of Hal David

Active Network announces pricing of IPO – EON

Marathon Oil sees refining arm spinoff effective June 30 – WSJ

Europe backs restricted clearing house reforms – FT, Finextra

Savings for investors as Europe acts on trading FT Trading Room

Top 25 public companies for diversity and inclusion (22 are on NYSE) – Racing Toward Diversity

Building up the business, beyond ringing the bell: how to fund growth – FT

Shanda-owned Cloudary files for up to $200 million IPO – RTT

Brazil telecom firm Oi to fold four group companies into one - WSJ



Recession claims a generation – older investors have less time to recover from financial crisis – Emily Lambert/Forbes



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Compensation Committees, Compensation Advisers & Listing Standards

Markets Down, and other Closing News

House Plans "Clean" Debt Ceiling Vote

Agrium Celebrates 15 Years of Trading on the NYSE

Swift Transportation Visits the New York Stock Exchange



Happy 90th birthday Hal David (pictured), the greatest lyricist you maybe never heard of, who co-wrote many of the classics you definitely know. - NYT

Such as: This Guy’s In Love with You, I’ll Never Fall in Love Again, Do You Know the Way to San Jose, Walk On By, What the World Needs Now is Love, I Say a Little Prayer, (There’s) Always Something There to Remind Me, One Less Bell to Answer, What’s New Pussycat, Alfie, The Look of Love, Don’t Make Me Over, (They Long to Be) Close to You, and Raindrops Keep Fallin’ on My Head, among many others.  

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