NYBOT’s recovery gathers steam

NEW YORK --The story of the New York Board of Trade (NYBOT) in the weeks after September 11 has now become a business continuity legend -- how the commodities exchange had a back-up site in Long Island City, Queens and was able to be the first exchange up and running after its four World Trade Center headquarters were destroyed. Indeed, the NYBOT’s tale has been included in at least one textbook as an example of successful disaster recovery planning. Pat Gambaro, senior executive vice-president

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