Month: March 2005

NYSE Eyes More Automated Future

The New York Stock Exchange has to automate its trading systems and slash the time it takes to execute a trade, or risk losing business

CEOs: Blog or Die

Tim Dyson. David Geller. Anne Stanton. These are three of the most recent CEOs to begin expressing their opinions in Web journals, a.k.a. blogs. Not

Baseline Wins Top Biz Journalism Prize

Ziff Davis Media’s Baseline magazine was honored Wednesday with the 2005 Grand Neal at the 51st Jesse H. Neal National Business Journalism Awards presentations at

Critical Data: Mob Snapshot

Shadowcrew Base Case Web Address: (Web site taken down by U.S. Secret Service in October 2004) Business: Trafficking in stolen and counterfeit credit, debit

Geekfathers: CyberCrime Mobs Revealed

Crime is now organized on the Internet. Operating in the anonymity of cyberspace, Web mobs with names like Shadowcrew and stealthdivision are building networks that

Ears To The Ground

Tony Scott has traded in his wheels for mouse ears. With no fireworks, the former chief technology officer at General Motors became chief information officer

Back On Track

Tracy Bowdwin, nighttime assistant chief signals officer for New York City Transit, spent Sunday, Jan. 23, making sure snow hadn’t piled up on the rails