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 June 2012
Specialized IT skills remain in short supply and are demanding a premium in the marketplace. Here are 10 highlights from the 2012 Salary Survey.
Selerity expands global coverage of macroeconomic event data in both developed and emerging markets.
Bloomberg Industries is a real-time research platform with over 100 analysts covering as many markets.
Nearly 50 percent of respondents highlighted ‘minimizing fee leakage and improving accuracy' as the most difficult challenge for an organization to overcome, says survey results from Bonaire Software Solutions.
The new wealth management platform aims to automate key functions and improve workflow for financial advisors.
CFN Services and xCelor have partnered to provide low-latency data over microwave technology.
CEOs need to do a better job of investing in career management for their company's employees, says HP's Meg Whitman.
GoldenSource client survey emphasizes importance of CDOs as firms aim to improve data governance through enterprise level data stewardship.
A few weeks after the botched Facebook IPO, experts continue to question the offering's long-term impact on the market, while Lloyd Blankfein gets some love and big data continues to grow. Here is what people are talking about this week.
Services-delivered software products enable banks to transform their order and portfolio management systems for smarter investment decisions, according to IBM.
The destruction of the IPO market by Facebook's botched public offering, the haunting of zombie hedge funds and Wall Street's struggles to attract new IT talent are just a few of the topics people on the Street were discussing this week.
The buy side is starting to feel the commission squeeze, the SEC's incompetence, Volcker Rule scare tactics and hiring the best and the brightest are just a few of the this week's top quotes.