Founded in 1981, the Bloomberg LP revolutionized the financial services sector through technology. Nearly 40 years later, its flagship product, the Terminal, continues to dominate trading desks even as it faces a number of competitors trying to take on the market.
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The “quant” revolution in trading is well underway, but how do they leverage their data and what new risks does this introduce?
Fighting the private company data black hole
Black Knight Financial Services (BKFS), primarily known for offering a workflow management tool for servicing mortgage loans for large banks and other institutions, has recently aggregated and expanded its capabilities in data & analytics, looking to create and capture value […]
Dataminr specializes in the real-time analysis of data from a variety of news and social media sources to provide differentiated and expedient support to media, public sector, finance, and corporate security entities. Their value is in their ability to rapidly […]
Kensho is refreshing financial data analytics with big data technologies.