The machine in the market: Computers and the infrastructure of price at the New York Stock Exchange, 1965-1975.

This article traces the development and expansion of early computer systems for managing and disseminating 'real-time' market data at the most influential stock market in the United States, the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). It follows electronic media at the NYSE over a roughly ten-year period, from the time of the deployment of a computer called the… (More)