Although several massive companies have historically dominated national security contracting work in the United States, a new generation of firms is arising to challenge them.
You use your phone to hail rides, to order food, to fact-check the outlandish claims your friends make during dinner conversations… can your phone also help you get pregnant?
Flatiron Health is using data and analytics to tackle cancer, which it believes cannot be “solved” by just the healthcare community – it needs the technology industry as well. Therefore, since Flatiron started in 2012, it has grown to nearly […]
If you were rewarded to engage in healthy behaviors, would you take better care of yourself? Vitality, founded in South Africa, is the world’s first health insurer to use behavioral economics and data analytics to incentivize customers to live healthier. […]
Kroger, the world’s third largest retail chain, has become one of the most data-centric organizations in the $600 billion grocery industry.
Health Catalyst is a rare story of success in the difficult area of cataloguing and translation of healthcare data into actionable insight.
Starbucks is one of the largest and best-known companies in the world, with over 27,000 stores and $22 billion in revenue last year[i]. And the secret ingredient to much of Starbucks’ success is its innovative use of data analytics. Data […]
In early 2015, Gap Inc. CEO Art Peck fired all of the company’s creative directors, claiming they were “false messiahs” for the company. Instead, Peck wanted to move the company to a decentralized data-driven approach to design and product development […]
Can social data and online behavior predict an individual’s propensity to default on a loan?
Backed by In-Q-Tel, the CIA's venture capital arm, is this company making all of the right relationships to succeed in the big data world?