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 November 2012
Now that company holiday parties are coming back in style, here's one of the more creative drink menus. Each year Cognito, the PR and marketing agency that specializes in financial services and technology, holds a holiday party with a specialized set of financial services drinks. This year's menu reminds us of some of the year's most notable events, including Knight Capital's trading glitch, Rajat Gupta's insider trading trial and the Libor rate-fixing scandal. Bottoms Up!
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