What if we just give cash — no strings attached — to the world’s poorest people instead of building infrastructure?
Monthly Archives: December 2013
Ford 3D prints parts for our future vehicles
The automaker says that the use of 3D printing technology in its production lines will not only boost quality but also cut costs.
Big data startups are attracting big bucks this year
Big data has been called the next frontier for innovation. And investors are taking notice.
Data-driven versus entrepreneurial company: who will win?
‘You don’t want your business run only by accountants who rely on data,’ warns a well-known marketing CEO.
23 Signs You’re Secretly An Introvert
Think you can spot an introvert in a crowd? Think again.
David Simon: ‘There are now two Americas. My country is a horror show’
David Simon: Capitalism in America has lost sight of its social compact
Here’s an innovative aircraft you won’t mind clogging up the skies
An electric “volocopter” is closer to becoming a commercial reality.
IATA – Airlines Expect 31% Rise in Passenger Demand by 2017
IATA released the IATA Airline Industry Forecast 2013-2017 showing that airlines expect to see a 31% increase in passenger numbers between 2012 and 2017. By 2017 total passenger numbers are expected to rise to 3.91 billion.
There’s no business like ‘Mo’ business: Mobile entertainment heading to $75 billion
Revenues via phones, gadgets and tablets will nearly double by 2017.
Does big data deliver? Just ask Ford Motor Company
Eating, sleeping and breathing data has brought Ford back to lead the global automobile market.