Disinformation campaigns coming to a Wall Street near you

Rebecca examines the tangled web woven between Reddit, meme stocks, and QAnon, and asks how well prepared data providers looking to jump on the meme stocks bandwagon are to recognize organized disinformation campaigns.

Last month, I was reporting a story on data providers’ willingness (or lack thereof) to provide insights around meme stocks, which to name a few, include GameStop, AMC, Nokia, Blackberry, and Bed, Bath & Beyond.

To recap, some vendors like Thinknum and InsiderScore are diving into the craze headfirst, tailoring bespoke solutions to their clients’ questions and adding out-of-the-box components to their product lines. Others, such as Nasdaq-owned Quandl, are cautiously experimenting, while others

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Waters Wrap: Inside the mind of the CTO

After having one-on-one conversations with eight different senior bank technologists, Anthony explains how these execs look at innovation strategy from a philosophical perspective.

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