How Technology is Making the US Open Even More Awesome

If you’re a tennis lover and a fan of the US Open, you’re going to love how technology is changing the event—and making it even cooler than ever. Even better? It’s happening as a result of The Internet of Things ...

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Looking Back At Techcrunch Disrupt’s Finals

By Stowe Boyd on Sep 15, 2014
I thought several of the finalists for Techcrunch Disrupt 2014 SF had compelling value propositions, but I was expecting to see more oriented toward work. PatternEQ is a clear business play: using data analysis and predictive insights to support better ...

Social Technology In The Era of SoMoClo

By Luis Benitez on Sep 15, 2014
Business has always been inherently social, requiring organizations to work together towards shared goals. Traditionally, employees had to self-organize in a centralized and homogenized manner, or work remotely with content management, telephone, and email systems that shared information and expertise. ...

Techcrunch Disrupt: Brian Chesny and Airbnb

By Stowe Boyd on Sep 11, 2014
Brian Chesny’s interview yesterday by Techcrunch writer Ryan Lawler provided a good insight into the company founder’s changing perceptions about the hospitality industry disruptor, but it was somewhat confusing to hear a series of positions the company has had over ...

The B2B Sales Playbook

By Shelly DeMotte Kramer on Sep 11, 2014
In information rich, socially connected world, B2B marketers have had to adapt to doing things in a new way. Buyers are doing their homework, researching online, asking peers for opinions, and doing a large part of the winnowing out process ...

Techcrunch Disrupt: Max Levchin and Affirm

By Stowe Boyd on Sep 9, 2014
I’m attending Techcrunch Disrupt in San Francisco this week, and my expectations are hedged by my experiences. Yes, for every Yammer — a company whose value proposition was immediately obvious to me, and who went on to a $1.3B acquisition ...
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