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First there was one. CBOE (or Chicago Board Options Exchange) may no longer be the only options exchange, but it's still the US leader in overall volume. Founded in 1973 by the Chicago Board of Trade (now part of CME Group), CBOE lists options on more than 1,900 stocks, as well as on interest rates, broad-based stock indexes (such as Standard & Poor's S&P 500 Index), and industry indexes. CBOE, which had already launched the fully electronic CBOE Futures Exchange, debuted its CBOE Stock Exchange in early 2007, going head-to-head with the NYSE and NASDAQ. CBOE also runs The...
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Employees say it's “OK” 33 ratings
79% of the CEO 14 ratings
Chairman and CEO
Former Options Institute Support in Chicago, IL (US)
Pros: There is still great potential of company growth if the CBOE can promote itself for traders and investors. As long as equity volume doesn't drop dramatically, the CBOE should continue to grow. – Full Review
Accepted Offer – Reviewed Jun 02, 2014
Interview Details my resume was submitted by a referral, then got a phone call from HR telling me about 2 possible roles. following that, they brought me in on a group interview with a bunch of other candidates, met with 2 managers. about a week later they emailed me letting me know they would like to bring me in… – Full Interview
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