Is Jon Corzine Starting a Hedge Fund? And More Speculation from Wall Street

Jon Corzine is back in the news and the fallout from Knight Capital's software problems continues, while Goldman Sachs avoids charges. These are just a few of the topics industry observers are discussing this week.
August 17, 2012

2. I Need a Runner!

Although not even the strongest critics of high-speed trading are calling for rules to turn back the clock to 900 characters a minute, there is a growing consensus that the potential negative consequences of raw speed need to be addressed for the good of the financial markets.

--Eric Owles, writing in his NY Times column about how technology has reduced stock trading to milliseconds

Source: NY Times Dealbook: Wall Street's Race to the 48-Millisecond Trade

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