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May 31, 2002

Nasdaq notions

Pioneering change or boastful claims? A look at what the world's largest electronic stock market has on its drawing board

Editor's note: this is the first in a series of profiles of stock markets around the world. Please note that it presents Nasdaq's perspective and omits other, possibly conflicting, points of view.Al Berkeley proudly refers to Nasdaq as a 'status quo buster.' He is the stock market's vice chairman, and if there's one thing of which he is certain, it's Nasdaq's place in history. In the gospel according to Al, three important things happened to the US economy in the 1970s: capital gains taxes

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