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Can Big Data Really Help You Understand Buying Intent?

We hear from most marketers these days that their challenge is not a lack of data but an overwhelming abundance of data—and no way to harness it or distinguish which data really matter. 93 more words

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Python Eats Into R as SAS Dominance Fades

A new survey of data science tools shows that Python usage is quickly gaining steam among advance analytic professionals, at the expense of both R and SAS. 70 more words

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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Clovis Oncology, Garmin, Lowe's, NetApp, On Deck, Pioneer Natural, RSP Permian and More

Stocks are very close to all-time highs and futures were indicated marginally higher on Wednesday morning. Investors have proven time after time that they will buy their favorite stocks in every market sell-off. 680 more words


Bloodless Thief

I want to rob
your heart
without touching it:
to be a bloodless thief,
bat thickened
on fruit
of buckled knees
& skipped heartbeats.

Is this not… 48 more words



‘Glamour’, one of India’s most celebrated jewellery and lifestyle exhibitions, announced today a new addition to its associations with ‘Smile Foundation’. On the occasion of its 15th anniversary ‘Glamour 2016’, to be organized by ABEC Exhibitions & Conferences Pvt. 331 more words


Coo — The New Kid on the Parent Tech Block

Here’s a guest post from Shilpa Bhandarkar, one of this year’s Entrepreneur Academe cohort and founder of Coo.

If you google “technology for parents” or “parenting technology”, you are likely to find one of two categories of products: baby tech (eg hi-tech video monitors and baby gadgets) or EduTech (eg apps to teach your children maths and literacy). 351 more words


Call me a plumber, not COO: GrabTaxi Co-founder Hooi Ling Tan

(Source: e27.co)

With the same last names, the Co-founders of GrabTaxi, Anthony Tan and Hooi Ling Tan, led classmates and professors at the Harvard Business School (HBS) — where they studied for their Masters of Business Administration (MBA) degree — to mistake them for a brother-and-sister or husband-and-wife pair. 1,818 more words