Daskalakis' appointment reunites him with former Bloomberg exec and Money.Net CEO Morgan Downey, bolstering the vendor's add-in and API integration offering.
Integrating AP news will boost Money.Net's political-economic news coverage, officials say.
Money.Net says the Dataminr content will fill a gap in the market for social media data that is not being addressed by other terminal vendors.
In light of two recent developments in the market data world, Max looks at the pros and cons of each side of the buy versus build debate.
Pearlstine will be responsible for hiring a mix of journalists and developers to create a news service that uses artificial intelligence to capture key elements of news.
Symphony unveiled the new partners at its Symphony Innovate conference in New York on Oct. 6.
The vendor held its annual event in New York on Thursday.
Integrating Riskpulse's weather mapping will allow Money.Net customers to predict the impact of weather and natural events on financial markets.
Integrating Matlab opens up Money.Net to financial engineers, data scientists, analysts and academics.
Institutional clients told Money.Net that they would be "comfortable" with the reliability of Vela's data distribution, compared to other providers.
Inclusion in LPL's Affinity vendor program exposes Money.Net to more than 14,000 LPL advisors, as part of a suite of affordable technology solutions.
The vendors are expanding their university programs by providing content and tools at a lower price point than premium terminals, officials say.
The integration will provide users of Updata's analytics with an alternative source of underlying data.
The BATS One data will be available as a cost-saving option on Money.Net.
The proposition of a third-party ecosystem of content and capabilities is simple: What can you offer me in return for what I can offer you?
Officials say the content will provide a comparable news service to premium terminals.
Faye Kilburn discusses the importance of analysis and Bloomberg's future
The quest for connectivity between the working world and the digital experience.
The new hire will focus on global sales
Money.Net CEO Morgan Downey declines to give specifics of the news offering, but says it will address shortfalls of other wires.
The New York regulator is concerned that the vendor will make it hard to obtain communications records.
The vendor's clients are increasingly demanding access to OTC data, officials say.
Bloomberg should take the blame for its own network failure, but not for some not having alternatives in place.
Deal expands low-cost data terminal vendor Money.Net's asset class coverage.