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The Thomas Kinkade Co. went public on the NASDAQ in 1994 and moved to the NYSE in 1998.The Drunken Downfall of Evangelical America's Favorite Painter|Zac Bissonnette|June 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He also consults to Nasdaq and Alliance Partners, the Wall Street Journal reports.Larry Summers’s Connection to Wall Street Should Surprise No One|Daniel Gross|September 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
After NASDAQ shut down for a period of time on Thursday, its CEO went on CNBC to try and defend its response to the mishap.
The long-term chart of the tech-heavy NASDAQ Composite Index looks like the profile of an Alps stage of the Tour de France.
At 3648, the NASDAQ still languishes about 25 percent below its all-time high.
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An electronic stock market, where all trading takes place through NASDAQ's computer network rather than at a central trading location. Started in 1971, NASDAQ surpassed the New York Stock Exchange in annual share volume during the 1990s, mainly because of its popularity with investors of emerging high-tech (see also high-tech) companies. Microsoft®, for example, is listed on NASDAQ.