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Joseph Sullivan was the founding president of the Chicago Board Options Exchange. He had been The Wall Street Journal’s Capitol Hill reporter, but eventually found his way to the Chicago Board of Trade, where he worked as assistant to then-President Henry Wilson. Sullivan was charged with researching how the CBOT might go about creating a new options entity.  
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Joseph Sullivan was the founding president of the Chicago Board Options Exchange. He had been The Wall Street Journal’s Capitol Hill reporter, but eventually he was hired by the then-president of the Chicago Board of Trade, Henry Hall Wilson, to be his assistant.   Sullivan was charged with researching how the CBOT might go about creating a new options entity. The exchange was attempting to develop new markets because at that time trade in the agricultural markets was slow.
  
 
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Joseph Sullivan

Joseph Sullivan was the founding president of the Chicago Board Options Exchange. He had been The Wall Street Journal’s Capitol Hill reporter, but eventually he was hired by the then-president of the Chicago Board of Trade, Henry Hall Wilson, to be his assistant. Sullivan was charged with researching how the CBOT might go about creating a new options entity. The exchange was attempting to develop new markets because at that time trade in the agricultural markets was slow.


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