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By Alanna Byrne | December 14, 2012
By Alanna Byrne | December 7, 2012
By Alanna Byrne | November 30, 2012
A wrap-up of promotions and moves from around the industry
By Alanna Byrne | November 21, 2012
By Fred Gehm | May 13, 2010
High frequency trading is growing at a rapid pace and has some market participants crying foul.
By Christine Birkner | April 1, 2010
Christopher Edmonds was named president of ICE Trust U.S.
By Christine Birkner | October 21, 2008
Regulatory reform after the market meltdown was a hot topic at the Financial Times’ Electric Money Conference in New York yesterday. One panel covered commodity ...
By Chris Mcmahon | April 15, 2008
Chicagoans jokingly refer to their hometown as America’s second city, but that sort of self deprecation is probably more the norm outside the exchange space. For 160 years Chicago has been the center
By Steve Zwick | October 18, 2007
Richard Olsen and his partner Michael Stumm built the Oanda trading platform in part to show it was doable, and in part because they truly seem to believe that if you get more people participating in
By Yesenia Salcedo | July 28, 2006
The growth numbers were big last year and these latest trends will only fuel growth, records and rivalries. The Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) surpassed the billion mark for total contracts traded