Reporters on the Daily Show address economic issues; what happens when business technology clients take their vendor demands out into real-life situations; monologue of a stand-up economist.
Daily Show Correspondents on a Possible Economic Collapse
New and existing staff members at the Daily Show explain what they would do in the event of a complete economic collapse.
In the coming months, the SEC will be examining sponsored access, dark pools and pre-trade order and quote messages, according to James Brigagliano, the SEC's co-acting director, division of trading and markets.
Budget pressures and the maturation of open source technologies are helping traditionally proprietary Wall Street firms move faster when it comes to adopting open source in the front office. Although there are some obstacles and open source does not
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Mad Money host Jim Cramer teaches Jimmy Fallon how to say "booyah" and "shedaddy"; the Martin Aircraft Company shows off its human flight equipment; some of the best of the keyboard cat remixes.
Jim Cramer on How to Get Fired Up
The Mad Money host shows Jimmy Fallon how he gets ready for a show.
Unready though I am to see disgraced former New York governor Eliot Spitzer leap out of the doghouse and back into self-righteous sermonizing mode (am I the only one?), his latest column in Slate, How To Fix the New York Fed, is provocative.
Hedge funds are expecting the government to create a systemic regulator and to require more regular reporting on counterparties and positions,according to consultant/systems integrator Howard Weinstein.