New Employer in Goldman Trade Secrets Prosecution: "I Don't Think Goldman Is Good At High Frequency Trading"
Catchy title to this blog post - but there's a reason that Teza's Mikhail Malyshev might want to offer an opinion that Goldman isn't that great at high-frequency trading: because some of the source code that Sergey Aleynikov stole from Goldman Sachs ended up on Teza's computers.
This report (click on the title to this post above) from FINalternatives is interesting because it shows how facts in this criminal trial are coming out that will be spun by both the prosecution AND the defense. This remains an interesting story and prosecution. You have to love Aleynikov's negotiating a $1 million plus comp package and then holding out for that $200 per month parking allowance.