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Traits of a great chief technology officer
Traits of a great chief technology officer
By Roger Jin - Dev.to | November 2, 2018
A great chief technology officer can be a critical driver behind a technology company’s success.... Read More
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Another revolution for the offline retail world?
By Pushpa Bector | September 19, 2018
About five years ago, Marc Andreessen, creator of Netscape and a serial investor in platforms such as Pinterest, Foursquare and Business Insider, declared the future of offline retail to be dead.... Read More
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Divided we stand - smart online and offline shopping is a merged experience
Divided we stand - smart online and offline shopping is a merged experience
By Oliver Tan - Digital Commerce 360 | September 13, 2018
The history of retail goes back pretty far: from London’s first department store opening in 1796, to the rise of big box retailers in the 1960s.... Read More
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Digital transformation for retailers: a long game
By Achim Schneider - Digital Commerce 360 | September 3, 2018
Both pure-play and omnichannel retailers have had to come to terms with a new playing field, new rules and a very long list of requirements in recent years.... Read More
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Why mega-rounds of $100M are now commonplace
Why mega-rounds of $100M are now commonplace
By Erin Griffith - New York Times | August 16, 2018
Startups raising $100 million or more from investors — known as a mega-round in Silicon Valley — used to be a rarity.... Read More
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How an autonomous vehicle startup unicorn took a wrong turn
How an autonomous vehicle startup unicorn took a wrong turn
By Joshua Brustein and Mark Bergen - Bloomberg | August 15, 2018
Quanergy Systems found itself in the center of a sudden frenzy over self-driving cars in 2014. It makes lidar, which bounces lasers off objects to help autonomous cars know what’s nearby.... Read More
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Startup bad boys somehow always make a return
Startup bad boys somehow always make a return
By Erin Griffith - Wired | August 13, 2018
Travis Kalanick, Uber's founder and former CEO, wasn’t gone very long - just over a year, in fact.... Read More
Notated News | Startups
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Didi funnels $1B into its auto services business
By Jon Russell - TechCrunch | August 7, 2018
In just five years, Didi Chuxing has attracted $20.6 billion in funding - including a $500 million injection from Booking Holdings last month. As the Chinese ride-hail app gauges its next move, it's turning its attention - and funds - into its automobile services business.... Read More
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Chill out: welcome to the startup... decelerator
Chill out: welcome to the startup... decelerator
By Ranjani Ayyar - The Times Of India | August 1, 2018
Exponential growth, tracking metrics daily, chasing funding  and targets, putting in 20-hour workdays… being the founder of a startup is a high-pressure job with no downtime. ... Read More
Notated News | Startups
Exploring the data shift from backup to protection
Exploring the data shift from backup to protection
By Greg Arnette - CSO | May 2, 2018
The IT decision maker of 2018 is faced with several challenges and many opportunities.... Read More
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Corporate communications also not safe from onset of AI
Corporate communications also not safe from onset of AI
By Anthony Petrucci - Forbes | April 30, 2018
Trust is an important topic for those of us that work in corporate communications.... Read More
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Delta, Blacklane, BookingKit and more news briefs today...
By PhocusWire | April 20, 2018
Delta launches Farelogix’s calculation engine… BookingKit partners with Vakario… Thai Airways International promotes Blacklane… Cathay Pacific integrates with Skyscanner… RedAwning grows distribution… ... Read More
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Meet the ultra-smart new head of AI at Google
Meet the ultra-smart new head of AI at Google
By Tom Simonite - Wired | April 19, 2018
Google's heavy investment in artificial intelligence has helped the company’s software write music and beat humans at complex board games.... Read More
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Apple in danger of being Blackberry, circa 2007
Apple in danger of being Blackberry, circa 2007
By Bret Kinsella - VoiceBot | April 16, 2018
Parallels from history are rarely exact replicas. Learning from history requires we look for similarities in patterns despite differences in details.... Read More
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Amadeus, Hotelbeds, Interjet and more news briefs today...
By PhocusWire | April 2, 2018
Amadeus adds tours from Bookingkit… Hotelbeds group succeeds through its API… Interjet signs deal with Sabre… Philippine Airlines works toward five-star rating… Peakwork introduces new solutions…... Read More
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