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Business Insider Looks at How Media and Technology Have Transformed the #NYSE

Business Insider Looks at How Media and Technology Have Transformed the #NYSE

Although the New York Stock Exchange dates back to 1792, it's  operation of over 30 daily broadcasters is keeping up with the changing times. NYSE Euronext is, according to Business Insider, both one of the largest and most sophisticated studies in the world. In 1987, Jan Hopkins became the first [Full Story…]

#NYSE Proposing Disaster Preparedness Plan

#NYSE Proposing Disaster Preparedness Plan

The New York Stock Exchange is preparing it's computers for possible disasters similar to Hurricane Sandy. If a disaster strikes and prevents the traders from being on the floor, the trades will happen virtually on computers, making it the first time ever to have the exchange be run entirely by [Full Story…]

#StartupWeekend Rings #NYSE Opening Bell

#StartupWeekend Rings #NYSE Opening Bell

Startup Weekend celebrates creating 100,000 entrepreneurs by ringing the opening bell on the New York Stock Exchange Friday morning. Nibletz reports that the company has hosted events in 100 countries worldwide for entrepreneurs, founders and their hackers during the past three years. According to [Full Story…]

#NYSE CEO Wants Meeting with False #Sandy Tweeter

#NYSE CEO Wants Meeting with False #Sandy Tweeter

Crain's New York Business reports that NYSE CEO Duncan Niederauer wants a meeting with Shashank Tripathi. Using his @ComfortablySmug handle, Tripathi falsely tweeted that the NYSE was under three feet of water during Hurricane Sandy. That was announced on air by CNN and The Weather Channel. The [Full Story…]

Exchanges Vie for Tech Sector #IPOs

Exchanges Vie for Tech Sector #IPOs

Competition for tech sector IPOs is heating up. The Nasdaq OMX Group (NDAQ) has but a narrow lead over NYSE Euronext (NYX), which recently floated IPOs for Trulia and Workday Inc. Nasdaq, which lists Google, Apple and Microsoft, was a tech sector magnet. But in 2008, NYSE relaxed requirements and [Full Story…]

NYSE and Xignite Partner to Create Web-Accessible Euronext Market Data

NYSE and Xignite Partner to Create Web-Accessible Euronext Market Data

NYSE Technologies and Xignite, a   eb-based market data provider, are partnering to launch a new service that gives access to real-time historical and reference market data for all NYSE Euronext markets via the Internet. According to Wall Street and Technology, this access is targeted towards [Full Story…]

CNBC to Open Anchor Desk at NYSE Trading Floor

CNBC to Open Anchor Desk at NYSE Trading Floor

CNBC is moving its anchor desk directly on the NY Stock Exchange’s trading floor. Located right under the opening bell podium, the new studio is an oval-shaped glass booth big enough to hold five people sitting around a desk. Since nothing could extend beyond the studio’s footprint, CNBC lined [Full Story…]

NYSE Celebrates “Social Media Day” Today

NYSE Celebrates "Social Media Day" Today

To engage in the emerging social marketing trends that have arisen, perhaps around the Occupy Wall Street movement, the New York Stock Exchange has deemed today, November 4, as "Social Media Day"; a day to "explore social marketing strategy and emerging trends in corporate and political [Full Story…]

Anonymous Attacks NYSE Website for #OccupyWallStreet, Gets Limited Results

Anonymous Attacks NYSE Website for #OccupyWallStreet, Gets Limited Results

Last week, the hackativist group Anonymous put out a threat that on Monday, October 10, the group would hack and take down the website for the New York Stock Exchange as part of the ongoing Occupy Wall Street protests.  Yesterday at 3:30 p.m. (the time Anonymous said NYSE.com would go down) the [Full Story…]

#OccupyWallStreet: Anonymous Sets its Sights on NYSE

#OccupyWallStreet: Anonymous Sets its Sights on NYSE

The not-so-secret hacking group Anonymous declared "war" on the New York Stock Exchange by issuing an ultimatum to the trading floor - the group has vowed to "erase" the NYSE from the Internet on Oct. 10 as part of the ongoing Occupy Wall Street protests taking place in Lower Manhattan. According [Full Story…]

A Closer Look at the Upcoming SA500

A Closer Look at the Upcoming SA500

by Al Barbarino Fifty east coast tech companies will soon come face-to-face with hundreds of talented engineers – not in Silicon Valley or Silicon Alley, but on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. SA500, a tech-recruiting event, is being hosted by the consumer database company NextJump [Full Story…]

Anova Schedules “Boosted Connectivity” Between NYSE and BATS

Anova Schedules "Boosted Connectivity" Between NYSE and BATS

Anova Technologies has announced plans to speed up the fiber network route between equity exchanges BATS and NYSE. This mission corridor will be 25% faster than all current and existing routes, a claim verifiable by OTDR and RFC 2544 testing, according to Wall Street and Technology. CEO Michael [Full Story…]

NYSE Technologies Launches Cloud Platform

NYSE Technologies Launches Cloud Platform

NYSE Technologies, the tech arm of New York Stock Exchange, in partnership with EMC and VMware, has launched the first industry-specific cloud platform, called the Capital Markets Community Platform. The platform is designed to provide "rapid provisioning of processing power, access to historical [Full Story…]

Social Media Week: Financial Media Outlets Talk Twitter

Social Media Week: Financial Media Outlets Talk Twitter

The New York Stock Exchange hosted an event Monday night for Social Media Week discussing how financial media companies have adopted social media.  The panel consisted of people from CNBC, The Financial Times, Bloomberg, Thomson Reuters and CNN Money and moderated by Howard Lindzon, founder and CEO [Full Story…]

Intel, AMD Servers to Run NYSE Data Center

Intel, AMD Servers to Run NYSE Data Center

NYSE Euronext is in the process of equipping its new Mahwah, NJ data center and will be using it to resposition itself as a "technology leader of trading services."Instead of "ultra-big servers" or "ultra-complex infrastructure," this means that a small portion of [Full Story…]