That has been the case for over a decade now, and was the reason for
the last global recession, though that one wasn't quite as bad as this
seems to be. I find it more interesting that a company which is
supposedly being investigated by the US government for what is
essientially malpractice and breaking the law, is being helped out so
readily by govt officials while the same investigations seem to be
On 10 December 2010 09:08, Kevin Brennan <kevin.brennan at redsquared.com> wrote:
> More worrying is the fact that the world markets are now controlled by
> trending software. //KB
>> On 10/12/2010 07:36, Braun Brelin wrote:
>>>> Hi all,
>>>> This is an interesting story. It seems as though a former programmer at
>> Goldman Sachs
>> stole some of it's "copyrighted and proprietary" source code in order to
>> start a rival firm.
>>>> The twist comes when the defendant reveals that the code in question is
>> under an Open Source license (which one the story doesn't say). It also
>> that most of Goldman's software is taken from OSS projects...
>>>> Here's the story...
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