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 April 2012
Lloyd Blankfein opens up (well, sort of), Dow 15,000, Matt Taibbi on the Senate's MF Global hearings and the increasing use of consumer devices in the enterprise, also known as Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), are some of the topics people are chattering about this week. Wall Street & Technology keeps you in the loop by compiling some of the best quotes of the week. Enjoy!
Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein discusses the Greg Smith resignation letter, PR practices and more.
Electronic trading veteran Anthony Huck joins Citadel Automated Trading Services and will focus on sales of the firm's algorithm suite and dark pool, Apogee.
The geographical center of the financial system is no longer Wall Street. Despite that shift, not much else has changed for the big banks.
With TotalHedge3, hedge fund managers can now build an integrated operations solution that can better sustain economic and market fluctuations.
Too-big-to-fail, finding the best price, big data and off-exchange trading dominated some of the chatter this week. Wall Street & Technology keeps you in the loop by compiling some of the best quotes of the week. Enjoy!
As clients increasingly expect to be able to trade, transfer funds and do almost anything else they can do on a PC from their mobile devices, Wall Street technology executives must figure out how to protect data outside the enterprise.
Steve Rubinow, most recently with NYSE Euronext, joins FXall as CIO.
The recent data breach involving MasterCard and VISA card information is only the latest in a string of hacks and thefts that have cost financial institutions multimillions of dollars. Here are the biggest most recent data breaches.
LSI Corp. launches portfolio of intelligent, flash-based solutions to improve data analysis speed and data center performance.