Definitions

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  • n. a computerized data system to provide brokers with price quotations for securities traded over the counter

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Examples

  • Business did boom and the dow did not have the bubble that the nasdaq did.

    Think Progress » Ron Paul’s CPAC Win Highlights Raging Rift Between Libertarians And Social Conservatives

  • Stanza, a book reading application offered in Apple's (nasdaq: AAPL - news - people) iPhone App Store since July, has been downloaded more than 395,000 times and continues to be installed at an average rate of about 5,000 copies a day, according to Portland, Ore. -based Lexcycle, the three-person start-up that created the reading software.

    IPhone Steals Lead Over Kindle (Forbes)

  • The only hitch is that U.S. cell phone users are still relatively uncomfortable with using their phone for anything but making calls, largely because the phone's small screens make searching the Web difficult, at least compared with big handhelds such as the Palm Treo and Research in Motion's nasdaq: RIMM - news - people BlackBerry.

    Internet News: Mobile Archives

  • Media Rights Technologies (MRT) and BlueBeat. com have issued cease and desist letters to both companies and to Adobe Systems Inc (nasdaq: ADBE - news - people) and Real Networks -- which produce the Adobe Flash Player and Real Player respectively -- for actively avoiding their X1 SeCure Recording Control, which they said is an effective copyright protection system.

    Boing Boing

  • The highest-paid boss of the 500 companies we tracked: Apple nasdaq: AAPL - news - people chief Steve Jobs.

    The Wise Old Movie Exec

  • Has anyone noticed the Market was up over 400 or nasdaq up over 100?

    Live Blog from the Anchor Desk 9/18/08

  • In March, the nasdaq, driven by Internet stocks, closed above 5,000 for the first time ever — up from 3,000 just four months earlier.

    Postscript

  • Between March 10, 2000, and October 10, 2002, the nasdaq Composite Index, which lists most technology and Internet companies, lost 78 percent of its value.

    How the Web Was Won

  • WOW! to heck with appl:nasdaq... i'm going long with KMB: NYSE. 6/30 should bring a run in the markets for "depends".

    You know what would be really cool?

  • The Chinese economy is like a huge rubber band: At one end is the economy that can turn out Apple nasdaq: AAPL - news - people iPods to perfection; at the other end are all those sad, sunburned fellows with bad teeth and Mao hats--refugees from rural China--who stand by the roadside with shovels.

    Shameful Distortion -- rules vs authority

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