Felix Salmon

Twitter datapoint of the day

November 17, 2010

I work for a global information company which makes billions of dollars a year selling valuable data to banks, hedge funds, and other people in the financial markets, often at very high prices: $2,000 a month or even more.

Trillium wasn’t quote-stuffing

September 14, 2010

Chris Nicholson is right, where Courtney Comstock and Marcy Gordon are wrong: the $2.26 million fine slapped on Trillium is not for quote-stuffing. Instead, it’s for layering.