UPDATE 2-NYSE's Reed meets SEC chief, in 'listening mode'


(Adds Reed comment, NYSE committee meeting, background) By Kevin Drawbaugh WASHINGTON, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Interim New York Stock Exchange Chairman John Reed, called from retirement to reshape the world's largest bourse, said on Monday he has no immediate plans to ax NYSE board members. Before meeting for two hours with Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman William Donaldson, Reed said he was in "listening mode" on how the NYSE should mend its ways following the furor created by ...

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