- Guidewire Software IPO raises $115 million; 1st NYSE tech IPO listing of year – VentureBeat
- Sarbanes-Oxley whistleblower rule applies only in U.S. – Stefan Jekel/Exchanges
- WSJ’s Bill Power on this year’s Super Bowl indicator – MarketBeat
- Romney and Gingrich assail Dodd-Frank – Clarke Camper/Exchanges
- Looking ahead at today’s markets and back at yesterday’s – Parasnand Madho and Brian Hooghuis/Exchanges
- EU ministers agree on supervision of clearing OTC derivatives -- Bloomberg
- Our latest issue of US Trading news – NYX
- Bloomberg’s Deirdre Bolton, translating finance news for laymen like her dad – PhillyBurbs (hat tip: Talking Biz News)
- We honor Edward T. McMahon upon his retirement – The Bell Here’s to one of the best – and best-loved – in the business. Thanks and best wishes always, Eddie.
Today’s History -- NYT:
- 1915 -- The inventor of the telephone, Alexander Graham Bell, inaugurated transcontinental telephone service in the United States.
- Today also is the birthday of R&B singer Alicia Keys and the late literary greats W. Somerset Maugham, Virginia Woolf and Robert Burns, the latter of whom wrote:
“The social, friendly, honest man,/Whate’er he be,/’Tis he fulfills great Nature’s plan,/And none but he!”