The NASDAQ MarketSite in Times Square, NYC is host to the LegalMinds/NASDAQ Securities & Capital Markets series, which is launching in December 2010.
The MarketSite houses a state-of-the-art digital broadcast studio that transmits approximately 100 live market updates by a host of networks including CNBC, Bloomberg TV, Reuters, NDTV Profit, CNBD India, Business Week TV and other financial networks to reach millions of viewers around the world with up-to-the-second market news.
The NASDAQ OMX Group, Inc. is the world’s largest exchange company. It delivers trading, exchange technology and public company services across six continents, with more than 3,600 listed companies. NASDAQ OMX offers multiple capital raising solutions to companies around the globe. NASDAQ OMX technology supports the operations of over 70 exchanges, clearing organizations and central securities depositories in more than 50 countries.
For more information, visit http://www.nasdaq.com
Newstex was founded in 2004 with the goal of providing real-time news and commentary collected from the world’s best online and offline sources to customers who need information but don’t have time to gather it from a myriad of places.
Today, Newstex offers aggregated news and full-text feeds from thousands of premium blogs as well as Twitter, audio and video content from editorially-selected, authoritative news, corporate, and independent publishers. This is Authoritative Content.
Newstex uses proprietary technology as well as human intervention to find the best news, blogs, Twitter feeds, podcasts and videos from sources around the world. Newstex aggregates that content, adds value to it by enhancing it with tags, transcriptions and more, and customizes its delivery through various distributors.
The Newstex network of distributors covers a wide range of channels. Companies like LexisNexis and Amazon Kindle deliver Newstex Authoritative Content news and commentary in various customized formats to meet end-user needs.
Business people, academics, financial analysts, journalists and more use the content delivered to them through Newstex products everyday to make their jobs easier and enhance their lives.
LegalMinds interviews are offered through Newstex Authoritative Content and was featured in April 2010 Publisher Insider.
For more information, visit http://www.newstex.com
JD Supra is a repository of free legal information shared by the professionals who generate it.
We give everyone access to a database of documents – court filings, decisions, forms, articles, alerts, newsletters – uploaded daily by lawyers & law firms, public interest & advocacy groups, law professors & their students, and numerous other members of the legal community.
We give legal professionals a platform to publish top-quality work to a wide audience, maintain a profile online, and be credited for their experience, and expertise.
Legal OnRamp is a Collaboration system for in-house counsel and invited outside lawyers and third party service providers. There are lawyers participating from over 40 countries, and a rapidly growing collection of content and technology resources. Basic services are free, so all members are expected to contribute to the community as a whole.
Membership in Legal OnRamp is primarily for inhouse lawyers. Firm lawyers may be invited to participate based on the fit of their practice, their authoring of content, and their ability to expand the network. For firm non-lawyers (e.g., Marketing, IT, Knowledge Management or other), only the senior-most person in the organization should apply. For solution providers, consultants and others not affiliated with a legal department of law firm, membership will be considered based on your ability to contribute to the value of the network. Click here to request membership.
For details, visit http://www.legalonramp.com
Avvo rates and profiles every attorney, so that people can choose the right attorney. Lawyer profiles contain helpful information including a lawyer’s experience, areas of practice, disciplinary history, and ratings from clients. Profile data comes from many sources, including state courts and bar associations, lawyer websites, and information provided by lawyers.
Information meets guidance in the Avvo Rating—our effort to evaluate a lawyer’s background using a mathematical model that considers the information we know about a lawyer. This information is shown in the lawyer’s profile, including a lawyer’s years in practice, disciplinary history, professional achievements, and industry recognition—all factors that, in our opinion, are relevant to assessing a lawyer’s qualifications.
For details, visit http://www.avvo.com