As Wildfires Burn, ICE Shows How Sophisticated ESG Tools Have Become

Wildfires are raging across the western United States, destroying homes, commercial buildings and entire towns. The biggest is the Dixie Fire, which has spread across more than 700,000 acres in Northern California and turned more than 1,200 buildings to ash. “My defiantly quirky, beautiful adopted hometown turned into a ghost town last night,” reporter Meg …

The Unassuming Nerve Center of the NYSE Trading Floor

There are no signs announcing its location. No painted lines on the parquet floor to guide visitors. Yet, every trader at the New York Stock Exchange knows the way to this small but critical area of the famed 16,000 square-foot trading floor. It is called, quite simply, the Ramp. Modest in name and appearance, the …

NYSE’s Newest Upgrades Start Right at the Front Door

During the pandemic, the New York Stock Exchange took extraordinary steps to keep its markets open and operating smoothly. At the same time, it was quietly making major upgrades away from the trading floor. Finding them is as simple as walking through the front door. Visitors will see the first of these improvements as soon …

The High-Tech NYSE That Nobody Ever Sees

It’s shortly after midnight and the New York Stock Exchange is waking up. Miles away from its famed trading floor in lower Manhattan, the NYSE’s massive array of servers begins whirring to life. Serge Sheynkman’s system operations team monitors closely as the applications that power the NYSE begin their startup actions, preparing for a trading …