Profile of Greg MacSweeneyEditorial Director
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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 May 2013
Despite spending $100,000 on an education, graduates still need to take spreadsheet analysis courses. Shouldn't schools teach students how to use a fundamental business tool?
Big data, analytics and reducing IT maintenance costs are all priorities for CFOs, according to study.
FX market participants can use IB Dealing to negotiate prices and can integrate chat data with Bloomberg's FX trading platform.
Study finds that U.S. workers have been able to achieve a work-life balance, but still feel like they are underpaid, according to an eFinancialcareers.com survey.
New mobile app provides a look into Fidelity workplace and personal accounts.
News that Bloomberg allowed its reporters to access certain Bloomberg Terminal client data sent the Twitter world on fire. Then, news broke that Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan had contacted Bloomberg asking for an explanation, which fanned the flames. Here are some of the most interesting Tweets about the Bloomberg snooping scandal.
FCA will use market surveillance technology to monitor financial transactions across asset classes.
Analytics unlocked by big data technology could change the way that financial services firms do everything from asset allocation to customer service, according to a report from BNY Mellon.
Hundreds of smaller sites hacked or defaced, but financial institutions, government agencies and companies reported little disruption.
Users can now see minimum, maximum and average packet capture (PCAP) latency data for trade orders on Nasdaq OMX QView Latency Optics product.
New quarterly TRust Index leverages proprietary data, analytics, news and social media sentiment to help determine confidence in the world's financial institutions.