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Board room

A room at a brokerage firm where its clients can watch an electronic board displaying stock prices and transactions. Also refers to the room where Board of Directors meetings take place.
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Board Room

1. The room where the board of directors for any organization meets.

2. A room in a brokerage where clients and brokers can watch an electronic ticker where security prices are updated on a constant basis. See also: The Big Board.
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board room

1. A room or section of a room in a brokerage office in which security prices are displayed.
2. The room in which a firm's board of directors meets.
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