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Thain Named to Head New York Stock Exchange

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Thain Named to Head New York Stock Exchange

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Thain Named to Head New York Stock Exchange

Thain Named to Head New York Stock Exchange

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John Thain, a Wall Street insider and president of investment bank Goldman Sachs, was named Thursday as the new chief executive of the New York Stock Exchange. The move comes a day after federal regulators approved a plan to overhaul the NYSE leadership structure to avoid concentration of power — a reform effort launched following the ouster of ex-chief Richard Grasso. NPR's Jim Zarroli reports.

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