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    Trading Social Media: Sentiment Analysis vs. Event Detection

    Event detection and sentiment analysis, two distinct components of social media analytics, often are mixed together. Ryan Bailey, CEO, and Daniel Leuck, cofounder and CTO, of Contix, explain the differences ...
     
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    Market Structure Changes Create Opportunities for New Players

    Technology and regulation have ushered in a revolution in equities trading, wresting large parts of the daily flow from the big Wall Street banks. As efficiency squeezes out profits, the FT’s Nicole ...
     
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    Shaq Attacks Wall Street IPO Process

    NBA legend Shaquille O'Neal and Loyal3 CEO Barry Schneider explain how their partnership will help give small investors access to IPOs. Calling access to IPOs a public policy issue, Schneider says he wanted to ...
     
 

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Deutsche Bank Hires Quartet for European Trading Desk

Traders Deutsche Bank has hired a quartet of trading professionals for its European trading desk: Stuart Ansell, Mike Duff, Ronak Patel and Robert McDermott.

30 June 2015

Willis Group, Towers Watson Agree to $18 Billion Merger

Bloomberg Willis Group, the world’s third-largest insurance broker, and risk adviser Towers Watson agreed to an all-stock merger creating a firm with a combined market value of $18 billion.

30 June 2015

Willis Group, Towers Watson Agree to $18 Billion Merger

Bloomberg Willis Group, the world’s third-largest insurance broker, and risk adviser Towers Watson agreed to an all-stock merger creating a firm with a combined market value of $18 billion.

30 June 2015

MSCI says China faces "massive job" to join A-shares index

Reuters MSCI Inc said on Monday China's securities reglator faces a "massive job" to coordinate the changes needed for domestic shares to be listed in its key emerging markets index.

30 June 2015

K.K.R. Settles Over ‘Broken Deal’ Expenses

NY Times)($ For years, private equity firms operated behind a curtain of mystery when it came to how they passed along expenses to investors. The Securities and Exchange Commission is now beginning to pull back the curtain and shine a light on those practices.

30 June 2015

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