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Archive for July, 2016

31
Jul

Back-Stabbing and Threats of a ‘Suicide Parachute’ at Hershey

A leaked memo reveals strife in the trust that controls the Hershey Company and the school for at-risk children started by its founder, Milton Hershey.

31
Jul

Bad spellers of the world, untie! …

Bad spellers of the world, untie! Grafitto

31
Jul

Yahoo and the Online Universe According to Verizon

In amassing Yahoo, AOL and other online services, Verizon is preparing for the day when its most important clients are advertisers, not users.

30
Jul

One on One: Ran Sarig on Data as a Single Source of Truth

Ran Sarig of Datorama talks about the insightful, and often unexpected, ways clients use their data integration engine

30
Jul

To err is human, to purr is feline. …

To err is human, to purr is feline. Robert Byrne

30
Jul

US GDP growth misses forecasts despite spending surge

The US economy grew at an annual pace of 1.2% in the second quarter, far below expectations of 2.6%, but consumer spending rose at its fastest pace since 2014

30
Jul

Stress Tests Find Some Big European Banks Wanting

Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena of Italy, the worst performer in the stress tests, announced that it would raise 5 billion euros in new capital.