Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Co-Founder of Moneyline Telerate, John E. Robinson joins MarketDesk


February 18, 2020 - Hoboken, NJ – MarketDesk, a cutting edge technology platform for content owners distributing financial data for traditional and mobile delivery is proud to announce John E. Robinson joining the company as Head Of Sales and Business Development in the New York Office.

John brings several decades of successful industry experience in the FINTECH, Financial Information, Analytics & Trading Software, & other Financial Industry Technology Solutions sectors. As a former bond salesman, he has a particular specialty in fixed income and securities markets, both domestically and internationally. 

With his extensive industry relationships interfacing with market leaders, C-level decision-makers, and cutting edge financial industry innovators, John's vision and passion willdrive revenues through complex negotiations and new strategic partnerships applying MarketDesk’s innovative and market-proven low latency data delivery solutions. 

MarketDesk CEO Brice Hamon stated, “John Robinson’s history of industry success is a perfect match for MarketDesk’s vision to deliver innovation to our clients who seek to utilize the speed and cost advantages available in the cloud, internet, and mobile technologies as we continue to transform the financial content business.”

John added, “I am very happy and excited to be working not only with my former colleagues, but with a terrific company and a solid product which I believe will prove to be a game changer for our current and future clients.” 

Robinson’s decades-long success will greatly aid in MarketDesk’s vision to provide financial market participants at all levels the market transparency, low latency delivery with the adoption of mobile apps, and internet services never available before. His previous experience has included similar roles at MoneyLine Telerate, TPICAP (formerly Tullet & Tokyo) and the NYSE.

For more on MarketDesk offerings, please see the company website at http://marketdesk.com.

How big is the Ravi Bhalla budget debacle?

It's started to trickle out of the mayor's office. After issuing dozens of layoff notices and hinting at tax increases, the actual number of Mayor Ravi Bhalla's budget debacle is trickling out.




It ain't going to be seven million or seven and a half million. 

Is it $8 million?

Is it $9 million?

Is it $10 million?

Is it $11 million?

Is it 12 million?

Are you friggin' kidding me, 
worst case scenario - $14 million???


More to come. We're going to share the latest and yes, it's bad.