The statue "Fearless Girl" moves closer to the New York Stock Exchange after spending a year watching Arturo Di Modica's "Charging Bull"
SSGA is working with the mayor of New York City to move the statue until the end of this year. 19659003] "Our hope is that approaching the NYSE will encourage more companies to take action," said Cyrus Taraporevala, President and CEO of SSGA, in a statement.
The bull artist Di Modica had fought to have removed the statue and complained that it was a publicity stunt that changed the meaning of his 11 foot high, 7100 pound bull statue from one of wealth to one of a villain.
In another shoot, last year State Street paid $ 5 million to withhold allegations that underpaid it to female and minority employees
"Ladenbulle" was placed outside the NYSE in 1989, two years after the 1987 crash. The police removed it, but it was later installed in his current apartment in Bowling Green.
There's another statue from the NYSE where "Fearless Girl" has to compete: George Washington standing in front of the Federal Hall National Monument looking down Broad Street.