Now that tweets are running through Bloomberg financial terminals, Twitter has a greater responsibility to maintain uptime.
A UBS trader accused of perpetrating a $2 billion fraud at the bank, revealed some of his inner fears on Facebook.
Biometric-style emotion-sensing system supposedly alerts frazzled day traders when it might be smart to take a breath and step away from the Charles Schwab site.
Web stock-trading accounts are freezing up or slowing down, preventing online traders from taking advantage of an end-of-week market rally buoyed by Wall Street optimism.
High-risk financial trader Jerome Kerviel, released from jail last month, takes a job in Paris for a computer security company.
Traders and other financial professionals can now monitor social-media buzz about companies they follow. Hello, social enterprise!
The global cryptocurrency Bitcoin is set to inch further into the real world tomorrow with a new Bitcoin ATM being installed in the Sydney CBD.
The struggling smartphone maker offers up its reasons for providing a square-screened phone in a rectangular world.
Amazon UK has changed its pricing policy, and now lets sellers flog their gear cheaper elsewhere.