On the path to recovery

Case study: NYBOT

The trucks are carrying away what was once the home of the New York Board of Trade (NYBOT) at the World Trade Center. The war in Afghanistan is nearing its goals, and world attention is slowly shifting away from the September 11 attacks that destroyed the World Trade Center complex. But for the executives who run the NYBOT, a 131-year-old commodity exchange, the recovery has only just really begun.

The NYBOT received an enormous amount of press coverage at the time of the disaster because it

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