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IBM CEO: “I believe [AI] is Going to Infuse Every Enterprise.”

IBM CEO Speaks on The Power of AI in Business
IBM Chairman and CEO Arvind Krishna says artificial intelligence is the future to unlocking a growing demand for data for the next century. Watch below to hear more of Arvind Krishna's thoughts Read more

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Metrology: The Field Behind the Innovations Moving the World Forward
May 12, 2021
The pomp and circumstance are often reserved for the actual products that move our world forward. From the cars we drive to the mobile device you might be reading this on right now and telescopes helping us Read more
Employers Post Record Job Openings, But Where are All the Workers?
May 12, 2021
  After a meager April jobs report showed companies are struggling to entice workers and find the right talent, even with a relatively high unemployment rate of 6.1%, industries are looking for something to be Read more
Healthcare Bluebook Now Owns Largest Healthcare Quality-Cost Database in the U.S.
May 12, 2021
A pioneer and industry leader in healthcare quality and cost information, Healthcare Bluebook (Bluebook) has joined forces with established data partner, Quantros, Inc. through the acquisition of its quality Read more
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IBM CEO: “I believe [AI] is Going to Infuse Every Enterprise.”
May 12, 2021
IBM Chairman and CEO Arvind Krishna says artificial intelligence is the future to unlocking a growing demand for data for the next century. Watch below to hear more of Arvind Krishna's thoughts Read more
U.S. Job Openings Surge to Record Highs in April
May 12, 2021
U.S. job openings hit a record high as the number of available positions increased to 8.12 million for the month of April.  Tune in below to watch Bloomberg’s Michael McKee break down the Read more
Gas Pumps Run Dry in U.S. South as Pipeline Shutdown Bites
May 11, 2021
(Bloomberg) -- Motorists across a broad swath of the U.S. East Coast and South are struggling to find gasoline and diesel as filling stations run dry amid the unprecedented pipeline disruption Read more
What the Colonial Pipeline Hack Means for Fuel Supplies
May 10, 2021
Fuel traders are working to avoid gasoline and diesel supply shortages on the East Coast of the United States following a ransomware attack Friday on Colonial Pipeline Co. Watch below as Read more
Automakers Forced to Adapt to Chip Shortages
May 7, 2021
Automakers are feeling the pain of a global shortage of semiconductors, forcing companies to halt production of certain vehicles while others are removing some options that rely heavily on chips. Read more
T-Mobile CEO Claims to be “Two Years Ahead of Competitors” in 5G Race
May 5, 2021
US cell networks are currently in a race to lay claim to the 5G spectrum and drive value for their customers. T-Mobile US President and CEO Mike Sievert claims to be in the lead of the 5G race, Read more
Why Restaurants are Struggling to Hire Staff Amid Mass Reopenings
May 5, 2021
Restaurants are reopening, signaling the near end of the COVID pandemic, but many of them are struggling to hire new staff. Watch below as Bloomberg food editor Kate Krader discusses how New York Read more
How Will the Surging Grain Prices Impact Farmers?
April 29, 2021
The grain prices in the US are on an upward trend, but what does that mean for crop suppliers? Tune in below to hear Syngenta CEO Erik Fyrwald speak about agricultural commodities and what Read more
Disney CEO Speaks on Disneyland Reopening Plans
April 29, 2021
Walt Disney Co. reopens its two California theme parks on April 30 after they were dark for more than a year, a key step in the entertainment giant’s recovery from the pandemic. CEO Bob Chapek Read more