This week I'd like to alert you to a little something new to both Buy-Side Technology and WatersTechnology.com as a whole.
You may have noticed some articles posted with the designation "New Perspective." These posts are more feature-, magazine-style journalism than pure news stories. We hope the New Perspective pieces provide in-depth analysis of daily news events, as well as examine trends that are developing throughout the industry.
For example, this week, yours truly reported on the seemingly endless market data fee debate, and my colleague James Rundle wrote about IBM's acquisition of Algorithmics and what that deal means for the industry at large.
These stories will run alongside our traditional Waters magazine features (you can read Sitanta Ni Mathghamhna’s report on the state of exchange mergers here), and our news alerts, Q&As, special reports, webinars, videos and audio.
I can guarantee that over the next weeks and months, you will see this publication flex its journalistic muscles to produce content that you won't find anywhere else.
And as always, we want to hear from you to know if there are any ways that we can improve this offering so as to provide maximum value.
We hope you enjoy these changes. Cheers.
Bill Murphy, CTO of Blackstone, once again joins the podcast to discuss the private equity firm's new offices, designed to house its innovations team.Subscribe to Weekly Wrap emails