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Global brand guru Martin Lindstrom highlights the importance of small data in understanding customer preferences

FiveThirtyEight's Nate Silver on how we can improve our forecasting abilities in 'The Signal and the Noise'

 NYT bestselling author Robert Cialdini on how to make your audience receptive to your pitch

Science Inc CEO Mike Jones on Facebook's move to separate messaging from its core app

Founder of Augment financial services feels the market is more of science and less of maths

Paper.vc provides hard-to-find financials and insights on companies

In his book, Vinit Goenka makes a strong case for why India needs to fight data ‘colonisation’ and strive for data supremacy

IP-driven optical and data networking products have enabled this Indian company to make its mark in 70 countries around the world

Jio with its aggressive pricing wants to take away market share from incumbents. But the battle has just begun.

Reed Hastings on how Netflix puts together great content – Part 2 

Soumendra Nath Lahiri, head, equities, L&T Mutual Fund, on weeding out noisy newsflow

Will Reliance Jio lead the explosive growth in data or trigger a sector implosion?

High transaction tax and proposed regulatory curbs on HFT trading threaten to take the sheen off algo trading

Extract from Thomas H Davenport’s Big Data@Work

‘Father of the Pentium’, Vinod Dham on entrepreneurship, innovation and the transformational role of artificial intelligence

David Stulb, global leader, fraud investigation and dispute services, EY, on how to combat the threats facing a digitised economy

McKinsey experts say that it’s time to prioritise and become value-creators from being target-chasers, by unlocking salesforce productivity

As organisations and brands aspire to make more data-driven decisions, India’s advanced analytics talent pool is set to explode.

Edtech start-ups are seeing a boom, raising millions of dollars in funding, on the back of cheap data and an easily distracted student population

A technological revolution is here, but Indians lack the skills to reap its rewards

India’s untapped gaming industry has just run into a massive opportunity, following the flood of smartphones and cheap data

Tradition peppered with science makes Nestlé’s new campaign an instant hit

There is a method to this madness, says Steven G. Rogelberg in The Surprising Science of Meetings, a handy guide for leaders

A Bengaluru-based start-up is using sound waves to transfer data, which could change the way digital payments are being done

Dan Lyons' Lab Rats explains why it is more profitable for companies to treat their employees better, as humans, rather than rodents put to a race