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  1. SEC Eyes Potential Order Routing DisclosuresRequiring brokers to provide more transparency into their stock order routing practices would give investors more information on where their trades are being executed.
  2. Who’s Afraid of Big Data?What big data can do for financial organizations and how to prepare for it.
  3. Citi Launches Block Pricing Tool on Bloomberg App PortalCiti's Total Touch Price tool offers on-demand pricing for investors with large block orders in U.S. stocks, as part of their electronic execution workflow on the Bloomberg Professional Service.
  4. On Brink of Expansion, Liquidnet Hires Bob Garrett as Head of TechnologyAs Liquidnet expands into fixed income, Garrett will focus on integrating the pending acquisition of Vega Chi into its ATS technology.
  5. A Case for Vertical CloudsBuilding on the success of cloud adoption, service providers are taking it one step further by developing purpose built-clouds that are optimized for niche industry verticals.
  6. Wall Street's Top Technology SchoolsCapital markets executives reveal their favorite schools for hiring computer programming and engineering graduates.
  7. Did JVM's "Warm-Up" Cause Knight's Collapse?Some say that Knightesque “flash trades” may result from a known behavior of many Java Virtual Machine solutions and at least one vendor announces a fix.
  8. Rebuilding Financial Infrastructure for the WebEntrepreneurs are preparing for a new generation of infrastructure providers.
  9. Fast and Furious: High Frequency Trading Raises HacklesMichael Lewis' new book "Flash Boys" has whipped up a furious tornado of criticism about high frequency trading. But the market and regulators need to resist the urge to ban the practice and instead embrace the notion of high frequency monitoring and surveillance.
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