Aaron Timms • September 10, 2014
The Dallas Mavericks owner has developed a disappearing message app, called Cyber Dust, that he thinks will help businesses avoid unwanted intrusion from regulators.
The Staff • September 06, 2014
Citadel’s Ken Griffin gets divorced; venture capitalist Tim Draper pushes six Californias; tycoon Tony Fung bets on a new Macau in Australia; and more.
Jeffrey Kutler • August 29, 2014
The recent debate between Harvard professors Jill Lepore and Clayton Christensen over the latter’s theory of disruptive innovation hasn’t deterred companies from trying to pursue new breakthroughs.
Eric Johnson • August 27, 2014
Planned market opening promises to narrow price differentials between Chinese companies’ Shanghai-listed A shares and Hong Kong–listed H shares.
Daniel Nadler • August 20, 2014
The social media giant’s new ad format deposits users directly into the sales funnels of mobile-first companies.
Phil Mackintosh • August 04, 2014
The recent announcement of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s tick-size pilot program proves that when the U.S. Congress wants something, it can be very persistent.
Luke Zubrod • August 01, 2014
Since the passage of the regulatory reforms, derivatives market players can step back and see what’s worked and what needs improvement.
Mark Pey • July 23, 2014
Bitcoin goes beyond being a cross-border digital currency whose value is determined by the free market. It’s also an exercise in rethinking money itself.
Daniel Nadler • July 22, 2014
Crowdfunding project OpenWorm could not only dramatically reduce the time frame for developing drugs and bringing them to market, it could also change the way scientific research is done.
Emmett Kilduff • July 19, 2014
Concerns over compliance or comfort with old habits might keep asset managers off social media. But what trends online often trends on the markets.
Aaron Timms • July 16, 2014
As established, ‘old’ tech and media firms pursue new partnerships, some VCs see more opportunity in companies like Google and Facebook than the next wave of disruptive startups.
Robert Teitelman • July 16, 2014
At Delivering Alpha, the Citadel CEO thinks Rupert Murdoch’s play for Time Warner could work and is cautiously optimistic about the Fed.
Aaron Timms • July 16, 2014
U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew has used his opening address at Delivering Alpha to call for tougher action on cyber-security, but it’s unclear whether the financial industry will heed the call.
Trang Ho • July 11, 2014
A new MarketAxess/BlackRock tool could be the answer to wide bid-ask spreads in bond ETFs. But some say it could unintentionally spike volatility in the fixed-income market.
Daniel Nadler • July 10, 2014
U.S. goaltender Tim Howard is not the only advanced robot watching the net at this year’s World Cup.
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