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 December 2009
A new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll tells that the economic crisis is taking its toll on the national psyche.
The SEC has announced new rules it hopes will prevent another Bernie Madoff-like scandal from happening again.
Edward Najarian, head of bank research, ISI Group, says that Brian Moynihan, Bank of America's new CEO, is the best choice (the bank could find) for the company.
Barclays' President Bob Diamond talks with the Wall Street Journal's David Weidner about the relevancy of the the universal banking model.
The IRS has extended favorable tax treatment worth billions to struggling banks like Citigroup that benefited from government bailout money.
There is a great New York Times article today that takes a look at the culture of Goldman Sachs, long held as the gold standard of financial firms on Wall Street.
Bernie Madoff, the architect of the biggest Ponzi scheme in history, has served about five months of his 150-year prison sentence.
Today Pay Czar Kenneth Feinberg will announce a new set of pay restrictions for top executives at six big firms, including Citi, AIG, Chrysler Financial and GMAC.
The bill for new financial services regulations is finally on the House floor, 15 months after Lehman Brothers collapsed.
SWIFT's Commercial group reduces staff as part of plan to cut $132 million in global operating expenses.
After the Galleon insider trading arrests, the question is who is next. According to this Reuters article, SAC Capital Advisors -- Steven A. Cohen's $12.9 billion Connecticut-based hedge fund - is under investigation by the FBI. SAC Capital has been investigated in the past, but no charges have ever been filed. This interesting, and long, article focuses on FBI Special Agent B. J. Kang who had had been at th
The November ADP jobs report reveals the 24th straight month of job losses, although analysts point to one bright spot in the report.
With the economy sending mixed signals, predicting how capital markets firms will spend their technology dollars is a difficult, though not impossible, task.