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Sybase wrote a new blog post titled Big Data’s Big Opportunity in the Bleak Economy of 2013

“Companies that have embraced the future have been rewarded,” CNBC’s Jim Cramer said on Mad Money, highlighting SAP’s forward-thinking mindset — and rising stock price. “The company’s last quarter — it was fabulous — it was the best third quarter in its history.” The 40-year-old enterprise software provider is also poised for a bright 2013 thanks to the past year’s initiatives, including: A SAP HANA’s market blitz Focus on mobility with integrating Sybase Acquisition of cloud computing powerhouse Ariba. Walldorf-based SAP does not even seem to be weighed down by faltering...
(2063 days ago,(2012/12/26))

Sybase wrote a new blog post titled Dodd-Frank Stands Technically Corrected and Small Banks Lose

“People got a bit lax,” Queen Elizabeth II said last week of the time leading up to the financial crisis. “Perhaps it was difficult to foresee.” The U.K.’s monarch also lamented that her nation’s Financial Services Authority “didn’t have the teeth” to curb risky business through 2008. And dental enhancements for global banking regulators continue to be a favorite topic from Brussels to Washington, D.C. Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank and The Financial Times’ recently-named Person of the Year for 2012, advocated broader authority for the European Union following a...
(2073 days ago,(2012/12/17))

Sybase wrote a new blog post titled Too Big To Fail Makes a “Fine” Mess for British Banks

Solving the too-big-to-fail problem in banking just got international. Authorities could seize a Global Systematically Important Financial Institution (GSIFI) — and dismantle it as appropriate — under a joint plan by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and the Bank of England released Monday. “For many GSIFIs, this strategy holds the best possibility of preserving stability while removing taxpayer support,” wrote FDIC chairman Martin Gruenberg and BoE deputy governor Paul Tucker in The Financial Times. “It holds shareholders, creditors and management in a failed GSIFI...
(2076 days ago,(2012/12/13))

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News: Results of Recent Sybase Survey Highlight Regulatory Burdens and Data Latency issues

2317 days ago,(2012/04/17) - Sybase