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Barnes & Noble to Release New E-Reader on May 24 (#Nook)

Barnes & Noble to Release New E-Reader on May 24 (#Nook)

NY based Barnes & Noble has revealed their intentions to release a new e-reader through an SEC filing. The form indicates that they will make an announcement on May 24 regarding the new e-reader. The form was filed "solely to satisfy the requirements of Regulation FD." Endgadget speculates [Full Story…]

Online Broker Betterment.com Makes Investments Easy

Online Broker Betterment.com Makes Investments Easy

Former NY banking consultant John Stein launched Betterment.com last May, an online brokerage that is designed to make investing easier and more guided for individuals.  Betterment links to users checking account, allows them to indicate risk tolerance and then allocates  dollars between funds [Full Story…]

Next New Networks YouTube Buyout Confirmed?

Next New Networks YouTube Buyout Confirmed?

Rumors have been circulating for some time about Google's YouTube possibly buying NY based web content producer Next New Networks. TechCrunch today revealed that the New York-based startup recently filed with the SEC with regard to $19.4 million in equity financing. According to TechCrunch, the [Full Story…]

Goldman Sachs Employees Restricted from Using Electronic Profanity

Goldman Sachs Employees Restricted from Using Electronic Profanity

New York's Goldman Sachs has told its employees that using profanity in electronic messages is no longer tolerated, which applies to all of its 34,000 traders, investment bankers and other employees. According to an article on in The Wall Street Journal, there is no written report spelling out [Full Story…]

Eyeblaster Changes Name to MediaMind, Rebrands

Eyeblaster Changes Name to MediaMind, Rebrands

Eyeblaster, the NY-based advertising campaign management and rich media firm, is rebranding the company. The company's new name is MediaMind, which is also the name of its service platform. In March, Eyeblaster filed with the SEC to raise $115 million in an IPO.MediaPostPrevious: > Eyeblaster [Full Story…]

Wall Street Math Whizzes Now in Demand

Wall Street Math Whizzes Now in Demand

Earlier this week, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), along with industry regulators and the four major stock exchanges, announced new rules and new circuit breakers that would halt trading for five minutes after a stock's price price swung 10% from its previous listing within five [Full Story…]

Eyeblaster Files for $115 Million IPO

Eyeblaster Files for $115 Million IPO

Eyeblaster has filed a registration statement with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to raise up tp $115 million in an initial public offering of shares, according to Digital Media Wire.  J.P. Morgan and Deutsche Bank will serve as co-lead underwriters for the deal.Founded in [Full Story…]

Madoff’s Computer Programmers Arrested

Madoff's Computer Programmers Arrested

Though Bernie Madoff has already been put in jail for his decades long fraud scams, the fallout from it continued today with the arrest of two computer programmers who once helped him, Jerome O'Hara, of Malverne, N.Y., and George Perez, of East Brunswick, N.J.  According to the SEC, the [Full Story…]

Take-Two Settles Options Investigation

Take-Two Settles Options Investigation

Take-Two Interactive Software Inc., publisher of the popular Grand Theft Auto video game series, has settled with the SEC and NY District Attorney's office for $3.3 million.  The settlement stems from the joint office investigation into the company's practice of backdating stock [Full Story…]