High-frequency trading firm Teza Technologies LLC, whose founder Mikhail “Misha” Malyshev says he made more than $1 billion for Citadel LLC in 2008, is considering whether to also start managing money for outside investors, according to three people with knowledge of the plans.
Somewhere in New Jersey near the now famous one-and-a-half-inch black plastic tube running in a stressfully straight line to a data center outside Chicago, a broke Sergey Aleynikov wonders if he’s going back to jail for supposedly stealing a bit of mysterious high-frequency-trading computer code from Goldman Sachs.
A former analyst at Two Sigma Investments LLC, an $18 billion quantitative hedge fund, was indicted on charges he stole his firm’s confidential data, in the latest such case brought by the Manhattan district attorney.
An employee of Two Sigma Investments LLC, an $18 billion quantitative hedge fund, was charged by New York prosecutors with stealing computer data from the company, the latest in a growing number of proprietary financial firm theft cases brought by the Manhattan district attorney.
Former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. computer programmer Sergey Aleynikov , accused of stealing trading software from the bank, won dismissal of a count of unauthorized computer access, one of three charges he faces.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. must advance computer programmer Sergey Aleynikov the legal fees he needs to fight New York state charges that he stole confidential source code from the company, a federal judge ruled.