Thomas Apple

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Thomas Apple.

Thomas Apple (born January 25, 1954) is an American entrepreneur and inventor, best known for co-inventing the logo stockticker display and creating the concept of the MarketSite[1] found in New York City's Times Square. Thomas was also the executive brought into the NASD in May 1989 to start the Marketing Planning Group. That group produced the initial Nasdaq TV and Radio campaigns and built the initial on-line products that lead to the development of and


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