BURTON-TAYLOR IN THE NEWS

19 May 2009 AdmitOne Security to Collaborate with the Financial Information Services Division (FISD) to Solve $8 Billion Anti-Piracy Problem

AdmitOne‘s Cross-industry Piracy Metrics and Remediation Techniques to Help Financial Industry Leaders Prevent Fraud and Capture Lost Revenue.AdmitOne Security, the leading innovator of identity assurance and analytics solutions, today announced its participation in the Anti-Piracy Working Group of the Financial...

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10 May 2009 Get Me Rewrite

Wall Street 2.0 Tests BloombergBloomberg LP, which for two decades combined a booming Wall Street economy, weak competition and a quality product to create an ever-growing, money-making machine, is experiencing one of its toughest stretches ever.The closely held financial information...

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27 Apr 2009 Research Compares Bloomberg, Thomson Reuters News

A comparative study of news services from Bloomberg and Thomson Reuters shows that Bloomberg generally produces a higher volume of news items, while Thomson Reuters generally focuses more on analysis, according to research released this week by Burton-Taylor International Consulting...

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24 Feb 2009 Thomson Reuters compte croître encore en 2009

Le groupe anglo-canadien d'information financière et professionnelle Thomson Reuters a dit mardi tabler sur une nouvelle croissance de son chiffre d'affaires en 2009, après avoir vu son activité et ses bénéfices augmenter en 2008 malgré la crise. Dans un communiqué, le...

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23 Feb 2009 Data vendors risk losing momentum

Thomson Reuters and Bloomberg face slowdown in growthOn the face of it, this year may look like a grim one for the firms that supply the world’s banks with financial data but the outlook may not be as bad as...

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19 Feb 2009 Interactive Data 4Q EPS 42c

Interactive Data Corp.'s (IDC) fourth-quarter net income grew 26% on sales gains bolstered by acquisitions, as the company projected strong 2009 growth.Global spending by the securities industry on data, largely through leasing desktop terminals, is forecast to shrink by about...

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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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