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 February 2010
The global financial crisis and Toyota's current mess have something in common -- government watchdogs didn't fully understand the complex systems they were supposed to be regulating.
Marking the first anniversary of President Obama's controversial stimulus, WSJ's Gerald Seib discusses how the package, along with interest-rate moves and a shoring-up of bank balance sheets has allowed the U.S. to outstrip European economic growth.
Tighter regulation is supposed to be the price of making the banks stable and taxpayers whole, but JPMorgan Chase is warning it will also bring a much higher cost of doing business,
Agreement extends Options IT's high-performance technology infrastructure, managed hosting, market data and connectivity services to Interxion's collocation facility.
Tool alerts traders of all skill levels to 'trade setups' throughout the day.
It has become clear that authorities may be getting closer to pressing charges against other members of Bernie Madoff's familiy, including brother Peter and sons Mark and Andrew.
This video shows you how to hide your computer tracks at work.
AIG CEO Bob Benmosche plans to revamp the compensation model at the troubled insurer. The
Strange as it may sound, there are some who say the Super Bowl winner may be a good indicator of where the stock market is headed.
The famous New York steakhouse Smith & Wollensky's is allowing patrons to trade stock for food.
Sybase expands analytics product stack, gains Aleri customer base, plans to enter new markets and will leverage Aleri's GUI and performance capabilities.