Michael Peltz • March 02, 2015
Hedge fund giant D.E. Shaw launches an independently operated company to provide sophisticated software and services to handle asset managers’ posttrade activities.
Rick Rieder • February 28, 2015
Tesla is an example of the radical technological change that is altering macroeconomic drivers today and challenging investment assumptions.
Yatin Mundkur • February 25, 2015
For the Internet to continue to reach its original goals, we need to keep the channels between providers and end users transparent.
Jeffrey Kutler • February 19, 2015
Despite concerns raised by Michael Lewis’s Flash Boys over the past year, trading technology marches on, and it is being applied in other, constructive ways.
Daniel Nadler • February 17, 2015
Google has the early lead in the race to deliver self-driving cars, but Uber, Apple and some other tech upstarts could challenge its dominance.
Robert Hughes • February 08, 2015
Smart beta has become a common buzzword in index fund circles. Yet investors can’t seem to agree on exactly what it is.
Robert Stowe England • February 04, 2015
Bitcoin’s immaturity relative to conventional financial markets may hinder the uptake of dedicated derivatives-trading platforms.
Julie Segal • February 03, 2015
Banks and investors look for new models, including electronic platforms, to spur trading in corporate bonds.
February 02, 2015
The Editors • February 02, 2015
Markets in constant flux require robust infrastructure. Credit a special breed of agile, adaptable technology visionaries who can rise to any occasion.
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