Not so long ago occupying the “corner office” was a sign that managers had reached the pinnacle of status in their organizations. However, the spare bedroom in one’s house has quietly usurped the corner
Every morning at DoSomething.org, our computers greet us with a report containing over 350 million data points tracking our organization’s performance. Our challenge as data scientists is to translate
It finally seems that the uproar over Marissa Mayer’s diktat banning flexible work policies at Yahoo is dying down. While good arguments were made on both sides of the issue, what got lost in the charged
Could Amazon be going social? The online retailer announced today that it has reached an agreement to acquire Goodreads, which bills itself as the world’s largest online community for book recommendations.
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In an interesting bit of competition, Google continues to usurp Apple as the top publisher on the iOS App Store, even as Facebook bests Google on Android, according to market data from App Annie. The analytics