The New York Stock Exchange

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Most people in the United States talk of stock exchange, referring to the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). NYSE is the largest in the world with increasing importance of Internet trading, moving more and more from a physical trading floor to a global network of exchanges linked electronically from cyber space (Jill, 2006).
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, also known as Guggenheim by the majority, was established in 1939 by Solomon R. Guggenheim as a museum of Non-Objective Painting. This was under the guidance of Hilla Von Rebay who was the first director. It is located on the upper east side of Manhattan in New York City. It acquired its current name Solomon R (Jill, 2006). Guggenheim after the death of its founder in 1952. Solomon R. Guggenheim had been collecting his works of old masters back in 1980s. They met with Hilla Von Rebay who was an artist in 1926, who in turn introduced him to European Avant-grade art of which she felt had some spiritual and utopian aspect. (Heartney, 1999). As a result, Guggenheim changed his strategy of collecting and turned to the work of Wassily Kandinsky, just to mention. Initially, he displayed his collection at his apartment in New York City to the public. His collection grew and in 1937, he established Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation (SRGF) so as to promote the modern art.…

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