Profile of Melanie RodierSenior Editor and Head of Video
Member Since: 5/8/2014
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Melanie Rodier has worked as a print and broadcast journalist for over 10 years, covering business and finance, general news, and film trade news. Prior to joining Wall Street & Technology in April 2007, Melanie lived in Paris, where she worked for the International Herald Tribune, and Rome, where she wrote for Reuters and Screen International, a film trade publication. Melanie was born in London, and graduated from Oxford University where she studied Spanish and Italian. She is also a fluent French speaker.
Articles by Melanie Rodier
posted in April 2012
New regulatory demands continue to increase the need for robust and timely risk management.
Interest in Brazil has increased rapidly in recent years, driving market liquidity and seeing an expanding number of domestic and international firms adopting algorithmic trading.
Vikram Pandit's $15 million pay package has come under fire.
New research from the UK suggests data visualization should move beyond the trading desk to your inbox.
BrokerTec's platform uses a modified version of the NASDAQ OMX Genium INET system.
Banks want more - and better stress testing, according to a global Sybase survey.
The market for CEP is still booming as firms discover a growing number of applications for the technology.
Firms like Societe Generale are looking at managed services solutions which enables them to focus on competitive differentiators.
It's been another busy week on Wall Street. BlackRock noted that it has no plans to cannibalize Wall Street, Barclays' CEO was paid $18 million too much, CIOs are sure they know best, and Goldman Sachs bankers only had to work 7 hours to pay a multimillion dollar SEC fine. Wall Street & Technology brings you some of the choicest quotes from Wall Street.
The biggest factor in the success or failure of any social strategy is content, but here is a look at what you should and shouldn't do.
Managing a multitude of IT projects with a virtually flat budget in a highly competitive environment is no easy task. But CIOs are making a number of serious mistakes in running the IT organization, such as trying to build too much internally or focusing on the wrong type of transparency, which could ultimately damage their company, and the industry at large. WS&T sat down with four experts to discuss what heads of IT departments are doing wrong. Here is the list of the biggest 9 mistak
China remains the top source country for attacks but the U.S. and Russia both moved up in the rankings.
The platform is a rules-based enterprise web solution.
More than 1,000 independent financial advisors took part in the Curian survey.
The standard offers firms assurance that a service provider’s internal controls provide among other things a certain level of security and privacy.
It's been quite a week on the Street. President Obama passes the JOBS Act to help small businesses, Canadian bank RBC refutes the CFTC's accusation that it engaged in hundreds of millions of dollars in illegal futures trades, firms tackle the Volcker Rule head on, and Europe is dragging everyone down. Wall Street & Technology brings you some of the best and brightest quotes from the Street.
The overall jobs picture might not be quite so bleak as reports suggest, says Yardeni Research president Edward Yardeni.
Jamie Dimon took home $ 23.1 million in compensation in 2011.
Issuer clients will have access, among other things, to the latest price performance data and graphs.
With IT budgets growing less than 1%, firms are scrambling to deal with a huge challenge.