BURTON-TAYLOR IN THE NEWS

08 Dec 2008 ’08 Data Spend Flat, Driven by Asia, EMEA

Firms worldwide will spend $23 billion on financial data in 2008-the same as in 2007-with a drop in outlay in the Americas but an increase in EMEA and Asia, according to research released by Burton-Taylor International Consulting.Developing markets saw the...

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04 Dec 2008 Data giants face shrinking bank revenues

The financial data business faces an unfavorable outlook in the next two years following a stagnation in growth this year, leaving the door open to new companies to challenge the duopoly of Thomson Reuters and Bloomberg, according to new research.The...

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16 Sep 2008 Burton-Taylor International Consulting LLC Expands Corporate Headquarters

Growing client list, which includes PricewaterhouseCoopers, Dow Jones, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs and FT Ventures, spurs quadrupling of spaceBurton-Taylor International Consulting LLC, a leading market research, strategy and business consulting organization, today announced the move of its headquarters to significantly...

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23 Jun 2008 The New Fight for Financial News

For years, The Thomson Corporation was the information giant that rarely talked about its own business.  But since its acquisition of Reuters, which closed this year, that reticence has softened. Thomas H. Glocer, the head of the combined company, is...

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11 Feb 2008 Fixed Income, FX Drive 2007 Data Spend

Global spend on financial data could reach $24.3 billion in 2008, driven by demand from sales and trading operations, up from $23 billion last year, according to research released last week from Burton-Taylor International Consulting.Broken down by region, the Americas...

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