DDi Corp. Added to Russell 3000(R) Index
Jun 29, 2004
DDi Corp. (Nasdaq: DDIC) announced that its common stock was added to the Russell 3000® Index at the close of the market June 25 in conjunction with Russell's annual index reconstitution.
Russell Indexes serve as the benchmarks for more than $1.2 trillion in institutional assets, and more than $300 billion is invested in funds that rely on Russell's U.S. indexes as investment models. The Indexes are reconstituted annually for an accurate ranking of the 3,000 largest companies in the U.S. stock market according to market capitalization.
"We are pleased to again be a part of the Russell 3000," said Bruce McMaster, Chief Executive Officer of DDi Corp. "The strength and viability of our business and our recent successes in restructuring our Company for profitable growth have earned us a place on this prestigious Index. This is an important accomplishment for DDi."