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Ser innovador pero con ambición (Be innovative but with ambition)
Jason Pontin opened the second day of Emtech Colombia with one of the most anticipated announcements of the past 12 months: the 50 smartest and disruptive companies in 2014. (In Spanish)
50 Smartest Companies - Marketplace Tech
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How do you choose the smartest 50 companies in the world? Luckily, we don’t have to answer that question. MIT Technology Review has tried to answer it for us. (at 3:09)
Actually, I prefer cash for my personal data
An article today in the MIT Technology Review reports on Datacoup, which is offering individuals $8 a month for a combination of their social media data and a feed of transactions from their debit and credit cards.
MIT Technology Review Announces Speakers and Schedule for Upcoming Digital Summit
MIT Technology Review Names Erik Pelletier Chief Digital Officer and Vice President, Product Development
MIT Technology Review Releases 50 Smartest Companies List for 2014
Today, MIT Technology Review publishes its annual 50 Smartest Companies list, highlighting the world’s most innovative technology companies.
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