Affiliated Computer replaces Travelers in S&P 500


NEW YORK, March 29 (Reuters) - Standard & Poor's on Monday said it will add Affiliated Computer Services Inc. to its flagship 500 stock index and drop Travelers Property Casualty Corp. from the index after the close of trading on April 1. Affiliated, which is based in Dallas, handles billing and other operations for companies and governments. Travelers, which is based in Hartford, Connecticut, is being bought by St. Paul Cos. to create the second-largest U.S. commercial property ...

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