About NasdaqNasdaq (Nasdaq: NDAQ) is a global leader in trading, clearing, stock market technology, listing, information and public enterprise services. With its diversified portfolio of solutions, nasdaq enables its clients to confidently plan, optimize and implement their business vision using proven technologies that provide transparency and insight into navigating today`s global capital markets. As the creator of the world`s largest electronic stock market, its technology is used by 250 market infrastructure organizations and global market players, including brokers, stock exchanges, clearing houses, stock central deposits and regulators in more than 50 countries, with critical and consistent technology solutions. The Nasdaq has a total of about 4,000 listings with a market value of about $14 trillion. For more information, see: business.nasdaq.com. “We are very pleased to renew our exclusive licensing agreement with Nasdaq,” said Terry Duffy, President and CEO of CME Group. Building on more than 20 years of partnership, this agreement will ensure that market participants around the world continue to have seamless access to our Nasdaq products, so they can manage or maintain risks or commitments to the 100 largest non-financial companies. Customers also benefit from capital efficiency by being one of our main stock market products. SAN JOSE, Calif. PHILADELPHIA—TiVo®, a wholly owned subsidiary of Xperi Holding Corporation (NASDAQ: XPER) and Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ: CMCSA), announced today that they have entered into a 15-year patent licensing agreement. The agreement is valid when Comcast`s previous agreement expires in 2016 and offers broad coverage of TiVo`s patent portfolios until 2031. The agreement also resolves all outstanding disputes between companies.
CHICAGO, October 1, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — CME Group and Nasdaq today announced a 10-year extension of CME Group`s exclusive license to offer futures and future options based on the Nasdaq-100 and other Nasdaq indices until 2029. As the world`s largest and most diversified derivatives market, the CME Group operates the world`s largest stock futures index complex. Nasdaq is a global leader in commercial services, clearing, stock market technology, listing, information and business services. The terms of the agreement are in accordance with TiVo`s licensing program for the pay-TV market. The agreement provides for a first payment during the execution and current payments on the remainder of the agreement. The expanded licensing agreement includes Nasdaq-100 futures and options, De Biotechnology and Nasdaq Composite indices, and other indices that complement U.S. index trading strategies of market participants. This extension will allow both CME and Nasdaq to continue to innovate as partners in the stock market and provide customer-focused risk management tools, such as the Trade at Index Close (BTIC) core feature on Nasdaq-100 futures, which will allow market participants to conduct a basic trading relative to the official closing of the underlying index for more efficient cash management.