Catching up with Michael Dorsey, a Traders Magazine op-ed contributor from 2000.
The decision to list on a given exchange is a lot less permanent than it used to be.
Looking in on some finance folks who attended an STA Wisconsin event in 2000.
Payment for order flow has been a lightning rod for controversy for a long time.
Looking back 20 years ago to when Liquidnet was just a concept.
The football-field trading floor has gone the way of the dodo bird, but a trader shift is repeating itself.
The last thing institutional market participants want is for retail traders to go back into hiding.
The incoming SEC Chairman's tenure at the CFTC wasn't as draconian as some believe.
A lot has changed since 1988, when Barbara Novick was there for the formation of BlackRock.
Unlike a half-decade ago, there's plenty of order flow to go around.