Take the iPod, which allows you to take your entire music collection anywhere, and listen to it even on packed commuter trains. Ah, isn't it liberating? But not for long: then someone came up with podcasts and realized they could get employees to download morning call meetings or analyst presentations and use their own iPods-not to mention their own time-to listen to them. Charlie Chaplin's depiction of an industrial breakdown in Modern Times seems almost naïve in comparison.
Apple's latest toy,
Anthony and James look at developments pertaining to the Consolidated Audit Trail and wonder if big-tech companies could challenge traditional asset managers.Subscribe to Weekly Wrap emails
- Bloomberg’s Chat Gambit: The Feint Before a Knockout?
- Waters Wavelength Podcast Episode 96: CAT Concerns & Big Tech Takes Aim at Asset Managers
- Gardening, Uber & Culture: Takeaways from this year's WatersTechnology Innovation Summit
- Systematic Internalizer Ranks Swell Ahead of Mifid II
- Deutsche Bank's Innovation Guru Shares Secrets at Inaugural Innovation Summit