The Securities and Exchange Commission cleared the merger of the New York Stock Exchange Inc. with electronic rival Archipelago Holdings Inc. Monday in a deal that will change the centuries-old tradition of trading on Wall Street.

The 213-year old Big Board, the world’s largest stock exchange, will transform itself from a member-owned nonprofit institution into a profit-making company complete with new, high-tech trading capabilities and answerable to its shareholders.

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