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Greg MacSweeney is editorial director of InformationWeek Financial Services, whose brands include Wall Street & Technology, Bank Systems & Technology, Advanced Trading, and Insurance & Technology.
Articles by Greg MacSweeney
posted in January 2010
$12 million stock purchase to help EDGAR grow and invest in technology for 2012 SEC XBRL deadline.
The atmosphere inside the World Economic Forum is warm and congenial. But bankers are feeling the chill wind of disapproval.
With increasing complexity and the need for more highly automated operations, the back office will require increased innovation and continued investment.
WSJ's Dennis Berman tells Kelsey Hubbard about ongoing investigations into the bailout of AIG, including allegations of a coverup over payments made to some of the biggest banks who had exposure to the collapsed insurer.
Some of the world's most high-powered people are meeting in Davos for the World Economic Forum (WEF) not to make decisions, but to get to know each other and face the problems together.
The FDIC is planning on securitizing the assets and selling it off to investors.
Goldman Sachs made around $5 billion in profits last quarter and has slightly reduced its bonus plan, likely to avoid a further populist and political backlash to excessive compensation.
Jefferies further expands its fixed income product offering by joining Tradeweb's electronic marketplace for government bonds.
The Obama administration is likely to slap banks with a fee designed to recoup losses associated with TARP, in a move that could help lower the deficit and reduce risk-taking by big banks.
Early reports indicate the Federal Reserve's 2009 earnings will show record profits - close to $45 billion because of the aggressive stance the bank took when the financial crisis hit.
Proprietary trading firm will use OneTick to consolidate data management and analysis to one high-performance platform.
Some investors are looking into other options to find out about future financial fortunes.
Senate Banking Committee Chairman Christopher Dodd will not seek re-election. He was leading the Senate's work on Wall Street reform, so what happens now?
Data is indicating that Friday's weekly job report may actually be show positive job growth for the first time in, well, a very long time.
The VIX's decline to a 16-month low shows an absence of anxiety on Wall Street, reports Barrons.com's Bob O'Brien.
In order to replenish dwindling reserves, the FDIC is considering charging member banks more if they're involved in risky behavior
The American Economic Association's annual meeting is taking place in Atlanta. American Public Media's Bob Moon reports on what message the top economic titans are sending.