A cheeky weekly review of which articles hit (or didn't) - on diginomica and beyond - the spies and data eats privacy edition. Plus: The future of work - jobless or autonomous, and bending Facebook's algo. Welcoming TSA to the whiffs section.
You won't hear any 'strategy BS' from Coupa CEO Rob Bernshteyn. He wants the spend management vendor to be widely known for just one thing: saving money
The blockchain changes everything we know about commerce. And it may only be a few short years before the revolution it brings sweeps through business.
Solving the problem of talent development is proving vexing for many organizations. Brian Sommer discusses.
The Daily Mail's naked Google-phobia has been on show for years, but today's diatribe by Dominic Lawson is a new low in the newspaper's criticism of most-things-internet.
Grant Thornton spreads Jam enterprise social network throughout its employees and it's proving profitably sticky in terms of engagement.
At MongoDB world, Apervita spoke memorably about the need to democratize health care data. I had a chance to interview two of Apervita's key players to learn more about their startup ambitions, and how they took their marketplace live. They also answered my burning question: how do you price an algorithm?
With a US Department of Justice case against the social shopping tools company Bazaarvoice settled, CEO Austin has spent the last year in pursuit of new growth areas and a more ‘customer-centric’ approach.
Increased output, increased employment, increased GDP - what's not to like? If McKinsey's right, boom times lie ahead for digital talent platforms.
WorldPay is preparing to float in London for £6bn, according to reports. RBS sold it for £2bn just five years ago.