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Credit Card stuffed wallet saves man’s life!

A wallet stuffed with 20 plastic cards and a stroke of luck saved a pub doorman in western Germany from serious injury during a knife attack. A customer ejected from the pub in the city of Witten on Sunday stabbed its 31-year-old doorman four times in the chest with a knife, police said. But a fat wallet in the bouncer’s ... Read More »

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange Arrested!

The founder of the whistle-blowing website Wikileaks, Julian Assange, has told a court he will fight extradition to Sweden. Bail was refused and the Australian, who denies se**ally assaulted two women in Sweden, was remanded in custody pending a full hearing next week. Mr Assange told a judge at City of Westminster Magistrates’ Court he would contest extradition. A Wikileaks ... Read More »

High-frequency trading: useless and manipulative?

I found an interesting  article on the concept for High Frequency trading . The credit for the post is deserved by blogs.reuters.com. The explosion of interest in high-frequency trading has started to drag new faces to sometimes staid industry conferences. Traders who for years worked on algorithms and computer codes behind the scenes are stepping into the spotlight. They’re appearing on more and more panel discussions, feeling the need to defend ... Read More »