Tammer Kamel, founder and CEO of Quandl, explains the difference between good and bad data.
Dr. David Hand was the keynote speaker at Newsweek's AI and Data Science in Capital Markets conference.
Orbital Insight Vice President A.J. DeRosa was speaking at Newsweek's AI and Data Science conference.
Samsung has dismantled its corporate strategy office after the arrest of its chief and four other executives, in a corruption scandal that could bring down President Park Geun-hye.
There are a number of ways to shield portions of income from taxation and pay a lower overall rate.
High-earning traders will quickly become an endangered species as AI takes over the financial sector.
iPad users aren't replacing them with newer models, and Apple has cannibalized its own market with phablet rollouts.
Excitement over the prospect of tax cuts and a large infrastructure bill is giving way to reality.
Undocumented workers make up a large share of four sectors of the American economy.
At Tata and Infosys, former chairmen are appalled by their successors.
Polar Bear Pitching has 10,000 euro to give to the startup that can convince them while standing in a patch of the Baltic Sea.
To make Americans more competitive we must invest in education and skills.
Perry used his 15 years as Texas governor to enhance the power of the office.
A former employee said management declined to punish the offender because he "was a high performer."
Mid-roll ads have the potential to be extremely disruptive for the viewer.
As it approaches its IPO, Snapchat is overvalued with a shaky business model and too much control in the founders' hands.
The sponsors of the House-endorsed bill have been heavily supported by donations from the finance industry.
Trump is too rigid and too uneducated to make the shift to good leadership.
Barclays, HSBC and JPMorgan Chase are among those accused.
The bank said that less than 1 percent of Nigerian currency is fake.
Marathon Pharmaceuticals' newly approved drug is now on hold after patient advocates and policymakers criticized its expensive price.
The richest 1 percent will win $33,000 of tax cuts this year alone.
Samsung chief Jay Y. Lee appeared at the South Korean special prosecutor's office for questioning on Monday.
The president has discussed imposing a protective tariff of 20 percent on imports from Mexico.
Retailer had earned the ire of President Donald Trump for dropping his daughter's brand.
The legislative response to the financial crisis aims to ensure that banks' financial woes can't crash the broader economy.
Musk rejected claims of poor working conditions, saying they were "morally outrageous."
That it’s being proposed by Republicans doesn’t make the idea any less worthy.
46 million Americans have insurance deductibles of $1,000 a year or greater.
The pending regulation would force Wall Street firms to put clients' financial interests above their own, but Trump could end up killing it before it's ever implemented by Congress.