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Monthly Archives: April 2014
The most entrepreneurial countries in the world
The United States tops this index looking at entrepreneurial ecosystems around the world.
Q&A: Why 40% of us think we’re in the top 5%
Psychologist David Dunning explains that not only are we terrible at seeing how stupid we are, but we’re also too dumb to recognize genius right in front of us.
Google taps in to mobile travel booking with Room 77 software licensing bid
Will Google’s next service focus on travel booking? Recent investments suggest so.
Inside Facebook’s $2B bet on the next major computing platform
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s comments in a conference call provides a glimpse at the company’s long-term vision.
Yahoo spinoff Hortonworks raises $100M to scale big data tech
BlackRock led the latest funding round for Hortonworks, whose Hadoop software has helped drive interest in big data.
Bill Gates: Labor market unprepared for software bots revolution
Bill Gates says that governments worldwide are underestimating how many of our jobs will be taken by robots in the future.
How Google Flu Trends got flu prediction wrong
Big data is great, except when it’s wrong.
15 predictions for the digital future
Technology experts have come up with 15 predictions about what the digital world will look like in 2025.
Roundtable: How Lego became the world’s biggest toymaker
Lego has become the world’s largest toy company. We’ve asked marketing experts how it went from near disaster – with private equity firms circling like buzzards a decade ago – to its greatest successes.