MSCI’s multi-cloud strategy aims to provide a new window into investment data

The MSCI One platform already runs on Microsoft Azure, and MSCI is building a new investment data platform on Google Cloud to utilize the search giant's AI and NLP capabilities.

On February 5, 1969, Boeing’s 747 airliner took its first flight. The model, dubbed the “Queen of the Skies,” was built in response to requests from airline Pan-Am for a bigger jet that could accommodate greater demand for air travel. The 747 had double the capacity of its predecessor, the 707, with four engines and two levels that gave the plane a signature hump-like feature at the front. A new era of larger commercial planes had begun.

That same year, Capital International (CI) created the

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Broadridge rethinks the OMS

Through its partnership with Glue42, Broadridge is bringing together the best components of its agency trading and market-making solutions.

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