Can this man save the Chicago Stock Exchange?
from Crain's Chicago Business
If John Kerin has his way, one of Chicago's oldest companies will be one of the city's newest tech darlings. Mr. Kerin is the new CEO of CHX Holdings Inc., privately held parent of the 132-year-old Chicago Stock Exchange. When he started at the exchange in 1988, it had 1,000 employees and handled about 10 percent of trading volume in stocks in the U.S. Today its headcount is down to 80, while its market share has shrunk to just half of one percent.
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