Multi-Million Dollar Severances Still Make It Worth It For Wall Street Execs To Get Fired September 30, 2011It certainly looks like it was worth it for executives from Bank of New York Mellon, HP and Yahoo. Yahoo! Finance Launches iPad App February 22, 2011Yahoo! Finance MarketDash allows consumers and professionals to track news, market data and changes in the stock market on the popular iPad tablet. Yahoo Finance Upgrades Web Site Technology November 21, 2006Yahoo Finance wrangles stock data directly from exchanges and updates its service with new front end. Product Watch June 04, 2004Cleansing Historical Data; Scaling for Multi-Style Accounts; Voltage Eases Encryption; NexTrend Offers Mock Accounts; Permabit Addresses Integrity; Adding Clients? Flip the Switch To Be or Not to Be an IM Shop? February 12, 2004Financial-services firms are divided when it comes to allowing instant messaging. Many warn they don't have a choice. Learning to Manage the Message February 12, 2004As instant messaging becomes a favorite among Wall Street traders, it also garners the attention of industry regulators. BNY Targets Research Database at Global Settlement Brokers July 25, 2003Electronic providers of independent-research reports are gearing up to cash in on the global settlement. Nasdaq’s Battle Over Locked Crossed Markets April 15, 2003A phenomenon known as locked and crossed
markets has plagued Nasdaq stocks since the launch of SuperMontage. Dean Furbush, evp, Nasdaq, says locks and crosses never occur in Supermontage. With Nasdaq, ECNs and market makers blaming each other, the issue i To Message or Not to Message December 12, 2002That is the question for many firms because of complicated tracking and storage concerns surrounding the growing trend. Internet Attacks Wake Up Financial Firms to Security May 18, 2000Responding to the recent spate of hacker attacks on major commercial Web sites, many financial firms are evaluating their Internet security.