Gongol.com Archives: April 2014
High-frequency trading gets the spotlight
High-frequency traders aren't doing anything of net value to society. It doesn't mean their activity should be illegal, but it does mean they're parasites. And when challenged, watch how emotions escalate.
Where to find the nation's baseball allegiances
Facebook has been collecting and analyzing the data
COO Sheryl Sandberg cuts her stake in Facebook
Conventional executive pay at Facebook dropped last year, but the real concern is how they've been launching enormous bags of cash at acquisitions. One gets the sense that some of the shine has worn off as the company has tried to remain both socially relevant and profitable.
How Google celebrated April Fool's Day
Seems like it's pretty much a company holiday
How to lose a wing-eating contest
(Video) If you're up against a ringer, you probably don't have a chance