I'm probably addressing the wrong audience in this post, but maybe you know somebody who it fits.
Several readers called to complain about our removing the stock listings from the print version of the paper, as they came in about 7:30 and when we first lost our press in the recent flood, we had a 6 pm deadline. It's always hard to say how many readers use a given feature like that in the print edition, until it goes away.
As it was clearly popular, we added in an online ticker in the business section, but that didn't help much for people who prefer to read us only in print.
We then went to running the stocks a day late, before finally sorting out with our provider, Associated Press, a way to get most of the information in time for the print deadline.
The compromise involves omitting the mutual funds, but given there are hundreds of funds and we could publish only a handful, I hope it won't be an inconvenience. Once we can get slightly better deadlines, we also hope to add the results for Fortis to our report. Fortis, which is buying CVPS, is on the Toronto Stock Exchange, and AP has those results just a little later than the NYSE ones.