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An industry that is rapidly increasing its carbon emissions has untapped potential to help mitigate global climate change.
Even without an economy-wide price on carbon, many businesses are going green both as a way to save money and as a hedge against the rising cost of fossil fuels.
Cloud-based services now provide a way for companies to plan ahead without relying on cumbersome spreadsheets. But what’s a boon for smaller companies is disrupting the market for higher-end solutions.
Dell’s attempts to master PC pricing offer a case study in the challenges of predictive modeling.
New software is inspired by algorithms that target online ads or recommend books and movies.
In acquiring a maker of wireless education technology, News Corp. may help validate the market for assessment tools.
How the inventor of the PalmPilot studied the workings of the human brain to help companies turn a deluge of data into business intelligence.
Understanding where wireless bandwidth demand will come from can keep communication systems from overloading.
The auction site hopes to expand its market by modeling consumer behavior.
A growing number of law-enforcement agencies are turning to analytics software to stop street violence before it happens.