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  • Posted on 16-04-2014
    In a recent blog post, StockTwits co-founder, Howard Lindzon, described his vision for "a StockTwits work space in 5-10 cities around the country ... having access to a wide range of traders and investors that normally would work from home offices." The facilities would be "places to gather to ... learn about new tools and ... run seminars for the sub-communities that are formed all...
  • Posted on 14-04-2014
    In his new book, Young Money: Inside the Hidden World of Wall Street's Post-Crash Recruits, author Kevin Roose follows the careers of a handful of twenty-somethings who hold "two and out" analyst jobs on Wall Street. Roose does a good job at making these characters’ lives relatable. The names of the eight young financial workers shadowed by the author were changed to preserve their...
  • Posted on 09-04-2014
    With Twitter co-founder, Biz Stone, as its CEO, Jelly was destined to attract some attention in Silicon Valley. Stone and several colleagues launched the online search company in April 2013. Crunchbase.com describes the start-up's recently-launched app as a "human-powered discovery and search parsing engine driven by images."  While that shimmery description on Crunchbase.com might seem...
  • Posted on 02-04-2014
    Theme Will NSE (National Stock Exchange of India Ltd.) continue to dominate stock trading in India? Has the traditional bigwig, BSE, permanently lost its position of prominence? Brief History of Stock Exchanges in India BSE BSE Ltd. (formerly Bombay Stock Exchange Ltd.), popularly known as the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), is the oldest stock exchange in India, as well as Asia. BSE was...
  • Posted on 21-03-2014
    Theme Is there a right number of companies that should list their shares in a particular economy? Should there be correlation between the size of an economy, and how many companies should list in that economy?  We decided to review and compare India with other leading economies, namely, the US, United Kingdom (UK) and China, based on a few parameters.   Tabular Comparison of Key...
  • Posted on 19-03-2014
    There is no shortage of media critics, and there is much to criticize about the mainstream media. There is also no shortage of "new media" start-ups, devoted to challenging the journalism monopoly once enjoyed by big print and broadcast media organizations.  These media entrepreneurs seem very different from each other, but they share a common disdain for the current state of journalism....
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