Posts Tagged Wall Street Journal

WSJ – Tech’s Fiercest Rivalry: Uber vs. Lyft

In the WSJ’s continuing excellent coverage of on-demand technology in the sharing economy, ‘Tech’s Fiercest Rivalry:  Uber vs. Lyft’ by Douglas MacMillan is well worth reading. Capturing the opportunity for the winner of this extreme rivalry, Benchmark’s Bill Gurley, a member of Uber’s Board remarked, “organizing demand is remarkably hard […]

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WSJ – Tech Firm’s Most Wanted – Big Data Scientist and Big Data’s High Priests of Algorithms

WSJ - Tech Firm's Most Wanted - Big Data Scientist and Big Data's High Priests of Algorithms

The August 9-10 2014 WSJ featured an excellent article – ‘Tech Firms’ Most Wanted:  Big-Data Scientist and ‘Big Data’s High Priests of Algorithms’ by journalist Elizabeth Dwoskin. The article highlights the demand for a new skill set that has emerged from monetizing Big Data (the preponderance of […]

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WSJ – How to Use Tech Like a Teenager

WSJ - How to Use Tech Like a Teenager

Very interesting Wall Street Journal feature on ‘How to Use Tech Like a Teenager’.  The article highlights a generation that has grown up with smartphones vs. landlines, social networks vs. offline activities, traditional marketing segmentations vs. infinite customization via Big Data & predictive analytics. WSJ Journalist, Geoffrey Fowler, […]

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WSJ – ‘Growth Hacking’ Helps Startups Boost Their Users

WSJ - 'Growth Hacking' Helps Startups Boost Their Users

Interesting article in Thursday’s WSJ on ”Growth Hacking’ Helps Startups Boost Their Users’.  The article is worth reading as it captures the clever tactics of several companies – combining “marketing and coding that’s intended to sharply increase a nascent business’s user base.”  The growth hacking strategies from companies […]

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WSJ – Big Data Treasure Trove From Routine Medical Checkups

WSJ - Big Data Treasure Trove From Routine Medical Checkups

Today’s WSJ featured an excellent article on ‘Big Data Treasure Trove From Routine Medical Checkups’ that notes how the “rise of electronic health medical records helps doctors make a better diagnosis. This past week, Intelligent Response highlighted how Big Data and Healthcare – a Case Study for Massive Disruption how […]

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WSJ – Google Ventures Leads $130M Round For Big Data Medical

WSJ - Google Ventures Leads $130M Round For Big Data Medical

Google Ventures made its 4th largest investment to date, and largest investment in the big data medical space with its investment in Flatiron Health. This investment is notable, as it validates the intellectual horsepower that is being placed behind Big Data and Predictive analytics to not only reform the […]

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