Fidelity Investments has partnered with several Wall Street firms, including Citigroup, Credit Suisse First Boston and Lehman Brothers, to revamp the Boston Stock Exchange, turning the 170-year-old mart into an electronic network rivaling the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq, Boston Globe reports this morning.

If realized, BSE would own 64% of the venture, Fidelity 18% and the other firms the remaining 18%, with Fidelity and the other partners contributing $20 million to get the network off the ground.

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