NYX 360: 9 November, 2011

Carl Sagan

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  • Cybersecurity company Imperva prices 5-million-share IPO at $18 a share, above expected range – WSJ
  • Fred Wilson: No better place to imagine and make the future than NYC, but here’s what’s missing – A VC
  • NYSE Technologies expands SFTI network in U.K. – NYX
  • Annual survey reveals new corporate compensation practices – Conference Board
  • Manning & Napier files to raise up to $230 million in IPO – Rochester Business Journal
  • Scenes from a trading floor, MF Global edition – Bloomberg
  • And your basic scene from a trading floor – Bloomberg
  • A tale of two stock markets, U.S. and Europe – FT Alphaville
  • Business reporters increase social media usage, still look at corporate sites – Talking Biz News

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Today's history: On Nov. 9, 1934, Carl Sagan (pictured), the astronomer whose books and television show informed millions, was born. Here is the NYT obituary of his remarkable life.

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