Kristi visits with Nasdaq to talk about about the active vs. passive investing debate and millenial trading trends.
Technori gives startups and outlet to share their story and join in the entrepreneurial community here in Chicago. Technori asked our very own Kristi Ross to give the keynote for their most recent event.
Tom discusses the state of the brokerage industry and how its been impacted by the launch of tastyworks.
Apple's flagship store invites us out to give a platform demo.
Chicago Inno is a go to source for news and info about Chicago tech, startups, innovation, funding, and more. Yesterday, they profiled the launch of tastyworks.
The Starting Up Podcast is a podcast dedicated to helping equip potential business owners to build a profitable business. Tom Joins them to discuss how his experience creating different business over the years.
Kristi Ross sits down with Accern to talk a little about tastytrade.
Kristi spoke at Women Tech Founders this week!
Here's more information about new programming additions to the tastytrade network for people new to options trading and new to trading futures.
dough, Inc., announced today the addition of futures trading expert Pete Mulmat to its talent team. The new programming will air on tastytrade and cover strategies for trading futures.
The fastest growing online financial network harnesses new talent to reach audience of Millennial investors underserved by traditional financial media with actress Rachel Fox.
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The EY Entrepreneur Of The Year™ 2014 US Program may have come to a close, but I’m always excited to profile some of the men and women who’ve had such a stake in bettering our economy, their communities and their people.
“Each day, we deliver new financial content, offer excellent visual resources for making trades, and share unique and informative insights with our viewers,” said Tom Sosnoff, co-CEO and founder of dough, Inc. “It’s great to see Best in Biz recognize our hard work and achievements as we change the way people think about investing and financial media.”
The Chicago Innovation Award was presented to dough at the annual winner event on Thursday, Oct. 30. The Chicago Innovation Awards, in their 13th year, are Chicago’s foremost recognition of the most innovative new products or service brought to market or public service each year. The visual, mobile investing platform was honored for its innovative approach to trading and education at the 2014 Chicago Innovation Awards.
“What a fantastic honor to be included in Crain’s Tech 50 among some of the most prominent technology leaders in Chicago,” Kristi Ross, dough, Inc. Co-CEO and President said. “Crain’s has an amazing pulse on the rapidly expanding tech scene and Chicago business overall."
The CityLIGHTS Awards are hosted by the Illinois Technology Association to recognize the achievements of Chicago’s tech luminaries. Ross was selected for the award by a panel of prominent judges from the Chicago tech community, and community voters.
“This funding is further validation of our vision, which is to transform the way people invest their money with our content and technology,” added Tom Sosnoff, co-CEO of dough, Inc. “Our network delivers matchless financial content, our development team creates cool technology with a fast delivery cycle, and we support our viewers like no one else. We’re poised for incredible growth, and it’s great to put the band back together.”
The Moxie Awards are hosted by tech publication Built In Chicago to honor the most innovative digital entrepreneurs in the city. Ross was selected for the award by a panel of prominent judges from the Chicago tech community, and community voters.
Ross and Sosnoff received the Emerging Entrepreneur award, which honors companies that are less than five years old. An independent judging panel made up of previous winners of the award, leading CEOs, private capital investors and other regional business leaders, selected Ross and Sosnoff for the award.
“We commoditized a space that needed disrupting,” says Tom Sosnoff, a co-founder of Thinkorswim Group Inc., which was sold five years ago. “It was easier for the big brokers to let the small Chicago boutiques blaze the trail and come in and buy us out.”