Leading digital change means moving beyond the mission statement … and you can start by banishing the word “impossible”

by CIO staff, CIO 28 March 2016 URL: http://www.cio.com/article/3048249/leadership-management/leading-digital-change-means-moving-beyond-the-mission-statement.html At the CIO Perspectives event in Atlanta earlier this month, Steve Rubinow, CTO at Catalina Media Lab, spoke to the audience about how to lead a traditional business into the digital world. “[In our industry], everybody knows they need to do something, nobody knows exactly what they need … Continue reading Leading digital change means moving beyond the mission statement … and you can start by banishing the word “impossible”

Personalizing digital experiences: A conversation with Catalina CTO Steve Rubinow

by Katie Lett, IBM 18 August 2015 URL: http://insights-on-business.com/gbs-strategy/personalizing-digital-experiences-a-conversation-with-catalina-cto-steve-rubinow/ While in Chicago at the recent CIO Leadership Exchange event I was able to talk with Catalina’s Chief Technology Officer Steve Rubinow. You may not have heard of Catalina, but you’ve definitely experienced their services. Back in 1983 they invented the concept of targeted coupons—offering discounts to shoppers as they … Continue reading Personalizing digital experiences: A conversation with Catalina CTO Steve Rubinow

Same Movie, Different Market: Moving from Stocks to FX

By Tom Steinert-Threlkeld,  Traders Magazine 24 October 2012 URL: http://www.tradersmagazine.com/news/fxall-rubinow-forex-trading-110456-1.html Steve Rubinow thinks he's watching a replay. The former chief information officer for NYSE Euronext is now CIO at FXall, the supplier of an electronic platform for trading currencies. When Rubinow got to NYSE, "fragmentation" of stock markets was just beginning. Trading was dominated by the New … Continue reading Same Movie, Different Market: Moving from Stocks to FX

At FXall, Rubinow Gets ‘Front-Row Seat’ in FX Technology Development

By Anthony Malakian, WatersTechnology 3 Apr 2012 URL: http://www.waterstechnology.com/sell-side-technology/analysis/2165858/fxall-rubinow-front-row-seat-technology-development After more than decade in the world of exchange operators, Steve Rubinow has chosen to blaze a new path at FXall. While the failed Deutsche Börse merger played a small role in his decision to leave NYSE Euronext, Rubinow says he was primarily seeking a new challenge. In … Continue reading At FXall, Rubinow Gets ‘Front-Row Seat’ in FX Technology Development

Q&A with NYSE Euronext executive vice-president and CIO, Steve Rubinow

Rubinow was in Las Vegas for VMware's VMworld 2011 By Georgina Swan, CIO 31 August 2011 URL: http://www.cio.com.au/article/399164/q_nyse_euronext_executive_vice-president_cio_steve_rubinow/#closeme Can you share a little bit about the role NYSE Euronext plays in capital markets in the global economy? When people think of the new NYSE they think of that iconic image on Wall St, the pillars, the American … Continue reading Q&A with NYSE Euronext executive vice-president and CIO, Steve Rubinow

Planet Money: High-Frequency Trading In Spotlight

By Chana Joffe-Walt, NPR 10 June 2010 URL: http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=127747626 Listen to the Story (05:40) Listen to the Podcast (21:56): The Million-Dollar Microsecond The New York Stock Exchange has opened a huge fast-trading hub in an unlikely place: Mahwah, N.J., a suburb about 35 miles from Wall Street. And trading firms are flocking there to get an edge … Continue reading Planet Money: High-Frequency Trading In Spotlight

On a Global Mission

By Anthony Malakian, Waters 18 May 2010 URL: http://www.waterstechnology.com/waters/profile/1648907/on-global-mission Waters News Editor Anthony Malakian sits down with NYSE Euronext CIO Steve Rubinow to discuss how the exchange, through acquisition and technological advancement, has worked to become the center of the trading universe. It has been five years since Steve Rubinow joined the New York Stock Exchange and … Continue reading On a Global Mission