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Chicago Board Options Exchange

The parent of the Chicago Board Options Exchange said in October of 2011 that it has held talks with a number of governors and state officials about a possible move of its headquarters to another state after Illinois raised its tax rate. Joseph Brodsky, the head of the exchange, said that Chicago's derivatives exchanges form the nucleus of a broader financial services sector that is also being hit by the state's tax rise.
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