- Worst U.S. Election Outcome for Markets? Having No Winner At AllNovember 06, 2012Traders and investors seem to agree on one thing about Tuesday's U.S. presidential election: The markets want a clear winner by Wednesday morning.
- Republicans' Win Could Be Regulators' LossNovember 12, 2010While the Republican's seizure of the U.S. House of Representatives in the midterm elections likely won't impact the implementation of Dodd-Frank, it could mean reduced budgets for the capital markets regulators.
- Vendor Risk Top of Mind for Wall Street FirmsMarch 29, 2010As firms search for stability in their technology partners, larger vendors have the edge. But eventually smaller, innovative providers will make a comeback.
- Making the CIO’s Role Viable March 22, 2005Managing hundreds of IT projects is no easy task, but strategies such as project portfolio management (PPM) can ease the burden on CIOs.