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The COVID-19 pandemic has forced firms around the world to shut down their offices and their employees to work from home – with many wondering what the future holds.  Perlego – the "Spotify for textbooks" – analyzed data from more than 600 of its C-suite customers to find out what business leaders were reading in these strange times.  Standouts include books by Nike cofounder Phil Knight and tech investor Ben Horowitz.  Perlego CEO Gauthier Van Malderen said senior execs had used their time in isolation to learn the "crucial skills" needed for businesses to survive.  Click here for more BI Prime stories. The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in businesses all around the world shutting down their offices and telling employees to work from home.  The change of pace has forced senior executives to strategize the future of their firms while relying on video-calls and text messages.  Perlego – an online library startup dubbed the "Spotify of textbooks" – has analyzed the most popular books read by more than 600 C-suite executives using its platform.  Titles include bestsellers by the likes of Nike cofounder Phil Knight and Ben Horowitz, one of the best-known investors in Silicon Valley.  "[Executives] are reading books on leading in times of crisis, dealing with stress, engaging a remote workforce, preparing for a post-COVID world and many more topics," Perlego CEO Gauthier Van Malderen told Business Insider. We broke down the 20 most popular books being read by C-suite executives this summer: 20. "Uncertainty and Strategic Decision Making" by Kristian J. Sund, Robert J. Galavan and Anne S. Huff Read it here >> Released in 2017, this book brings together best practices as outlined by three National University of Ireland business experts, working through ideas such as the role of intuition in decision making, managerial biases, and strategic change. 19. "Managing Oneself" by Peter F. Drucker Read it here >>  Widely regarded as the "father of modern management", Peter F. Drucker's 2017 tome is just the latest in his back catalogue of 39 books on management.  A short but solid read, "Managing Oneself" promises to help employees at every level take control of their careers.  18. "Resilient Organizations" by Erica Seville Read it here >> In "Resilient Organizations", author Dr Erica Seville poses the question: "Do we need to wait until a crisis strikes to see how resilient an organization is?"  Founder of the Resilient Organizations research programme, Dr Seville provides readers with the essential knowledge needed to allow businesses to thrive in the toughest of circumstances.  17. "Leadershift" by John C. Maxwell Read it here >> Released less than one year ago, "Leadershift" is the latest work by New York Times bestselling author John C. Maxwell.  In "Leadershift", Maxwell helps leaders make the changes the current fast-paced environment demands, including continual learning, speed, the big picture and uncertainty.    16. "Get a Life!" by Rick Hughes Read it here >>  Striking the correct work-life balance for you can be a hard task – and even harder to maintain, especially as circumstances change around you. "Get A Life!" is a practical handbook to help you get on top of it. Written by internationally renowned coach, counselor and wellbeing consultant Rick Hughes, his book covers everything from assessing your needs, workload management and roundly debunk the myths of perfectionism so prominent in places like Silicon Valley.  15. "The Age of Influence" by Neal Schaffer Read it here >>  In many ways, social media has been a democratizing force, upending traditional notions of authority and influence, even as new information is created and consumed all around us.  In "The Age of Influence", Neal Schaffer – the internationally recognized social media marketing expert – outlines what part that shift has played in online marketing in "the Influencer Era". "The Age of Influence" is a handbook for anyone who wants to successfully spread a message in the age of social media. 14. "Trailblazer" by Marc Benioff Read it here >>  When Salesforce chairman and CEO Marc Benioff called for greater regulation on the tech industry at the Davos World Economic Forum – going so far as to say Facebook ought to be reined in "the same way you regulated the cigarette industry" – he found himself at the center of a media frenzy. In "Trailblazer", Benioff outlines a model for others to follow if they want to thrive in the modern business environment, with criticism of corporate greed bringing new pressures to bear on industry leaders.  "Trailblazer" is a cutting-edge guidebook to help us all prepare for the arrival of "business for good". 13. "The Future is Faster Than You Think" by Peter H. Diamadis and Steven Kotler Read it here >>  Technology is accelerating far more quickly than anyone could have imagined. During the next decade, we will experience more upheaval and create more wealth than we have in the past hundred years. In this gripping and insightful roadmap to our near future, Diamandis and Kotler investigate how wave after wave of exponentially accelerating technologies will impact both our daily lives and society as a whole. What happens as AI, robotics, virtual reality, digital biology, and sensors crash into 3D printing, blockchain, and global gigabit networks? How will these convergences transform today's legacy industries? And what will happen to the way we raise our kids, govern our nations, and care for our planet? 12. "Coronavirus: Leadership and Recovery: The Insights You Need from Harvard Business Review" Read it here >>  As the pandemic wreaks havoc with the global economy, forward-looking organizations are moving past crisis management and positioning themselves to leap ahead in a transformed economy after what this book dubs "Great Pause."  This book, distributed by from Harvard Business School, provides you with essential thinking about managing your company through the Covid-19 pandemic, keeping your employees – and yourself – healthy and productive, and challenging your business to continue innovating and reinvent itself ahead of the recovery.   11. "The Insider's Guide to Culture Change" by Siobhan McHale 10. "Crisis Leadership" by Tim Johnson Read it here >>  From the collapse of Lehman Brothers and the oil disaster of Deepwater Horizon, to the global pandemic now gripping the world, corporations are coming to realize that the impossible can happen all too easily. "Crisis Leadership" examines the challenges faced by leaders at each stage of the crisis "lifecycle," from the instant they learn of the crisis, through to moments of critical decision-making and the final tumultuous days. 9. "Hardiness" by Steven J. Stein and Paul T. Bartone Read it here >>  Published in December, "Hardiness" is the latest book from clinical psychologist Steven J. Stein and research fellow Paul T. Bartone.  The book uses case studies – including artists, athletes, first responders and soldiers – to demonstrate what they call "the three Cs" of hardiness in action: control, commitment and challenge.   "The Diversity Bonus" by Scott E. Page Read it here >>  In "The Diversity Bonus" Scott Page, a professor of social science and management at the University of Michigan, argues that a diverse workforce is key to a company's success — that means hiring people with different expertise, backgrounds, perspectives and ways of problem solving. Page lists examples of companies with a diverse workforce that outperform firms with more homogeneous teams. He labels this improved performance, which he sees in both complex problem solving and in coming up with new ideas, a "diversity bonus." The book also discusses the different ways people analyze, perceive, and organize the same tasks, and how this is affected by gender, race, and identity. 7. "Can You Hear Me?" by Nick Morgan Read it here >>  In Washington Post bestseller "Can You Hear Me?", Nick Morgan explains why the quality of human connection we experience in many forms of virtual communication is so subpar. Morgan outlines five big problems with communication in the virtual world — lack of feedback, lack of empathy, lack of control, lack of emotion, and lack of connection and commitment — sharply highlighting what is lost in our accelerating shift to a more virtual world. 6. "Get Sh*t Done: The Ultimate Guide to Productivity, Procrastination, and Profitability" by Jeffrey Gitomer Read it here >>  Published last year, "Get Sh*t Done" tells you why you're failing to achieve your goals in business and life, and suggests strategies that can help. One of Amazon's best-selling authors, Gitomer outlines a step-by-step guide to becoming more motivated and productive, with the aim of boosting your income and help you build better work habits. 5. "Disrupt It Yourself" by Simone Bhan Ahuja Read it here >>  Today, driving innovation from within an organization is the single most important factor for a company's success. In Disrupt-It-Yourself, Simone Ahuja delivers a clear and practical playbook for harnessing and cultivating this essential practice of "intrapreneurship. " Based on hundreds of interviews as well as on her consulting work in Fortune 500 companies, Ahuja describes the competencies of successful intrapreneurs, and how they must be supported– before they leave. 4. "Work Together Anywhere" by Lisette Sutherland and K. Janene-Nelson Read it here >>  Released in June, "Work Together Anywhere", Lisette Sutherland, an international champion of virtual-team strategies, offers a complete blueprint for optimizing team success by supporting every member of every team. Packed with hands-on materials and actionable advice for cultivating agility, camaraderie, and collaboration, this book is a thorough and inspiring must-have guide for getting ahead in today's remote-working world. 3. "Inclusive Talent Management: How Business can Thrive in an Age of Diversity" by Stephen Frost and Danny Kalman Read it here » In "Inclusive Talent Management", Stephen Frost, head of diversity and inclusion at major UK accountancy firm KPMG, and Danny Kalman, director of global talent at Panasonic, team up to deliver practical measures for improving diversity in the workforce.  Firms should, for example, launch apprenticeships and partner with networks comprising people from under-represented groups. Leaders should not just say the right words, but take the right action, the book says. 2. "Shoe Dog" by Phil Knight Read it here >>  In this New York Times bestseller, Nike cofounder Phil Knight reveals what it was like in the early days of his intrepid startup – and how it evolved into one of the world's most iconic brands.  Bill Gates named "Shoe Dog" as one of his five favorite books of 2016, calling it "an amazing tale". He said: "[It's] a refreshingly honest reminder of what the path to business success really looks like."  1. "The Hard Thing About Hard Things" by Ben Horowitz Read it here >> Top of the list is "The Hard Thing About Hard Things", the 2014 bestseller by one of Silicon Valley's most respected and experienced entrepreneurs, Ben Horowitz.  Filled with his trademark humor and straight talk, Horowitz's book is invaluable for veteran entrepreneurs as well as those aspiring to their own new ventures, drawing from his personal and often humbling experiences.
Market OverviewThe Global Portable Data Storage Market is expected to grow roughly at a CAGR of 20% during the forecasting period (2020-2027).Data storage became an important factor due to new computing applications, such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Deep Learning and Blockchain have increased the demands on processing performance dramatically.At present, the capacities start at 8 gigabytes and these are expected to give us 8 terabytes, or roughly 8.8 trillion bits, in the same tiny package by 2040.These technologies are expected to generate a huge amount of data that should be stored.Conversational AI remains at the top of corporate agendas spurred by the worldwide success of Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and others.Over the coming years capacity can be expected to increase at a rate of around 2TB per year, meaning 20TB HDDs should be available at the beginning of the next decade.
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Amazon's VP of robotics Brad Porter is leaving the company to join an AI startup, according to people familiar with the matter. Porter is a highly respected engineer and one of the 20 or so executives to hold the "Distinguished Engineer" title at Amazon. His team was responsible for improving Amazon's warehouse efficiency with automation technology, and oversaw other futuristic projects, like the Prime Air drone team. Porter's departure comes ahead of what is expected to be a record shopping season, as both the peak holiday shopping period and the annual Prime Day event are taking place in the fourth quarter. It's also the latest high-profile change within SVP of Worldwide Operations Dave Clark's team that runs everything from marketing and Prime to Amazon's warehouse and shipping network. Do you work at Amazon? Contact Eugene Kim via encrypted messaging app Signal (+1 415 926 2066) or email ([email protected]). Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Amazon's VP of robotics, Brad Porter, is leaving the company, putting an abrupt end to his 13-year run at the online retailer, Business Insider has learned. In an email to his team on Thursday, obtained by Business Insider, Amazon's SVP of worldwide operations Dave Clark announced Porter's resignation, saying he's pursuing a "new opportunity." The email said Porter's last day is August 28 but didn't share any other details about his departure. Porter is planning to join an artificial intelligence startup, people familiar with the move told Business Insider. "Brad's contributions at Amazon have been deeply impactful," Clark wrote in the email. "Robotics is a critical capability for the future of Operations and we have an incredible team and group of leaders there and I look forward to seeing what they come up with next." Porter, who joined Amazon in 2007, was primarily in charge of running Amazon Robotics, formerly known as Kiva Systems, a warehouse automation company Amazon bought for $775 million in 2012. In recent years, his role expanded to include other futuristic projects, like the Prime Air delivery drones and the Scout autonomous delivery robots, growing his team to almost 14,000 people, according to a person familiar with the matter. Porter was also previously involved in the development of Amazon's Prime Now delivery service and various back-end systems that support Amazon's massive e-commerce site, according to his LinkedIn page. "Brad has been a great Amazonian for nearly 15 years, contributed in big ways to the organization, and has been someone I have enjoyed working closely with the past few years. I wish nothing but the best for Brad as he moves on to his new role," Clark said in a statement to Business Insider. Porter's departure comes at a critical time for Amazon as COVID-driven demand is putting intense pressure across its supply chain network. Amazon is expected to face even more logistical challenges in the coming months, as both the peak holiday shopping season and its annual Prime Day shopping event are taking place in the fourth quarter. The robotics team has played a key role in improving Amazon's warehouse efficiency, and is best known for the deployment of its warehouse-roaming machines that help move packages more quickly. In a recent interview with the Wall Street Journal, Porter said the automation technology in Amazon warehouses improves safety and delivery speeds.  A highly respected engineer, Porter was one of the 20 or so executives to hold the "Distinguished Engineer" title at Amazon. Porter's departure means Amazon has lost three Distinguished Engineers in the past six months, an unusually high turnover for the position (Tim Bray and Peter Vosshall, who were both Distinguished Engineers and VPs at the Amazon Web Services cloud division, left earlier this year). Outside the engineering community, Porter is perhaps better known for his blog post defending Amazon's culture when Bray stepped down in May. In response to Bray, who wrote a scathing blog post criticizing Amazon's decision to fire activist employees who spoke out against its unsafe warehouse working conditions amid COVID-19, Porter wrote his assertions were "simply wrong" and "deeply offensive to the core." Porter's decision to leave Amazon seems rather unforeseen. In the blog post defending Amazon's culture, Porter wrote that his Prime Air drone team and the broader robotics group "has become an R&D lab for COVID innovation" and that he was planning to publicly share some of the projects in the near future. Among the 72 new ideas he said he was reviewing, Porter revealed only a handful of projects so far. In the email announcing Porter's departure, Clark wrote that Dave Carbon, VP of Prime Air, and Sean Scott, VP of Scout, will report directly to him in the interim, while the rest of Porter's team will temporarily consolidate under Joe Quinlivan, president of Amazon Robotics.  Porter's leave is also the latest high-profile change within Clark's operations team, which runs everything from marketing and physical stores to its sprawling warehouse and delivery network. Maria Renz, VP of delivery experience, left in February, and Gur Kimchi, VP of Prime Air, was replaced by Boeing vet Dave Carbon in March. Meanwhile, both Carletta Ooton, VP of safety, sustainability, security & compliance, and Devesh Mishra, VP of supply chain, are no longer reporting directly to Clark, according to people familiar with the matter.SEE ALSO: How Dave Clark, the mastermind behind Amazon's coronavirus response, became one of the most powerful executives in America Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: How 'white savior' films like 'The Help' and 'Green Book' hurt Hollywood
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E-Learning Virtual Reality Market – OverviewE-learning technologies have gained momentum as students demand methods of instruction that are easy to access.The market shows promise to achieve USD 339 million in income by the end of 2023 while developing with a 42 % CAGR.Get Free Sample Report @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/4305The developing partnership between educational content providers and hardware vendors is encouraging the progress of the E Learning Virtual Reality Market.Moreover, the upsurge in corporate training programs of employees is anticipated to create a favorable demand for the e-learning virtual reality market in the coming years.The elevated infiltration of handheld devices is projected to push the e-learning virtual reality market in the assessment period.Key Players:The key players in the E-Learning Virtual Reality Market include- Immersive Vr Education (Ireland), Oculus Vr (U.S.), Google Inc. (U.S.), Zspace, Inc. (U.S.), Curiscope (U.K.), Nearpod (U.S.), Eon Reality Inc (U.S.), Schell Games (U.S.)  ,Gamar (U.S.) and Thing link (Finland) among others.E-Learning Virtual Reality Market   - SegmentationThe segmental overview of the e-learning virtual reality market is conducted on the basis of application, component, technology, and region.Based on the components, the e-learning virtual reality market is segmented into hardware, software, and services.On the basis of applications, the e-learning virtual reality market is bifurcated into academic and corporate.
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Chevron, the nation's second-largest oil company, runs an in-house venture fund with $350 million in investments.  The fund's president told Business Insider that its investments were split between companies that support oil and gas production and those falling within the umbrella of clean energy.  Chevron is not ditching oil anytime soon, which is reflected in its venture bets. But it's also backing riskier breakthrough tech, including fusion. On Wednesday, the fund announced that it was investing in the fusion upstart Zap Energy.  For more stories like this, sign up here for our weekly energy newsletter, Power Line. On Wednesday, Chevron, the nation's second-largest oil company, made a surprising announcement: The company said it would invest in fusion energy, placing a bet of an undisclosed size on the startup Zap Energy.  Fusion, the same process that powers the sun, is about as far as you can get from oil drilling. At first glance, it's also an unusual investment for a company that reaffirmed its commitment to fossil fuels as recently as July, amid a pandemic that sent the price of crude oil into a downward tailspin. "We'll find ways to make oil and gas more efficient, more environmentally benign," Chevron CEO Mike Wirth said at the Texas Oil & Gas Association's virtual energy summit last month. "It will be a part of the mix, just as biomass and coal are still enormous parts of the mix today." Click here to subscribe to Power Line, Business Insider's weekly energy newsletter. Chevron's investment in Zap Energy is one of more than 90 bets the oil giant has made through its venture arm, Chevron Technology Ventures (CTV). And that it is wildly different from the company's main business is part of the point, Barbara Burger, the president of the fund, said. CTV has $350 million in investments. Burger, a chemist by trade and one of the few female executives in the oil industry, said Chevron bets on companies in two broad categories, which it calls core and future. On a video call Thursday, she told us what kinds of technologies fall into those buckets — and what they mean for Chevron's role in the energy transition. From fracking to nuclear fusion Like most corporate venture funds, CTV is set up as a sort of external research and development unit. And considering that Chevron remains bullish on oil, it's not surprising that a large portion of the fund is focused on oil and gas, or what it calls "core" companies. Read more: BP just shared a huge strategy update after posting a $17 billion loss. See the 6 key slides that map out the oil giant's future. "We believe oil and gas are going to be a part of the energy system" for a long time, Burger said. Core investments center around three themes, she said: operational enhancements, or getting more out of the oil field; digitization, such as to promote remote operations; and reducing the carbon intensity of the oil and gas the company produces.  "We look for technologies that we can use in Chevron," she said. The remaining investments fall within Chevron's future fund, and they look completely different. The company uses it to explore different kinds of energy, and it seems to be a sort of insurance policy so the company isn't left behind in the energy transition.   "We use our investments as really early options to understand the pathways Chevron could take as the energy system transitions," Burger said. "Some of them might have direct intersection with Chevron right now, and some won't."  The oil giant has made bets on a wide variety of clean-energy firms, from the electric-vehicle-charging company ChargePoint to Natron Energy, a startup developing sodium-ion batteries.  "We wanted to understand how money gets made in that value chain," Burger said of CTV's ChargePoint investments. Then there's fusion, considered a high-risk, high-reward energy source that's largely untested at a commercial scale. Burger, for one, thinks it has a place within the future energy system because it can generate a lot of electricity without the problem of intermittency — and it's clean. Fusion energy can also provide other services beyond electricity, such as desalinization, hydrogen gas, and steam, according to Chevron.  The company's undisclosed investment in Zap Energy, a Seattle startup, is Chevron's first investment in the technology. The European oil giants Eni and Equinor have invested in the fusion-energy startup Commonwealth Fusion Systems. Chevron lags behind some of its peers Relative to its European peers, Chevron has invested little in clean energy, according to data from the research firm Wood Mackenzie. The company has also yet to set a net-zero emissions-reduction target like BP, Shell, and Total. Chevron has committed to targets for reducing the carbon intensity — or the carbon per unit of energy — of the oil and gas it produces and, Burger said, those targets are tied to the bonuses of every employee in the company. Read more: Top oil companies invested $9 billion in clean energy deals since 2016. We ranked the 6 biggest spenders. "We look at it in different time horizons, and our energy transition starts in our core business and decarbonizing," Burger said. "And so we believe oil and gas are going to be a part of the energy system. 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The focus of food manufacturers on production efficiency and growing technological advancements in automation are the major factors driving the growth of the market.Increasing consumer preferences towards prepared food & snacks and rising investments in food processing equipment is set to further enhance the overall market demand of prepared food equipment market during the forecast period 2020-2025.Mode of Operation - Segment AnalysisThe semi-automatic segment held the largest share in the prepared food equipment market in 2019 and is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 4.04% during the forecast period 2020-2025.However, the automatic segment is projected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period 2020-2025 owing to the ease of use and higher production of food products in lesser time.Request for Sample of the Report @ https://www.industryarc.com/pdfdownload.php?id=504452Report Price: $ 4500 (Single User License)Application- Segment AnalysisThe snacks and savory segment held the largest share in the prepared food equipment market in 2019 and is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 2.34% during the forecast period 2020-2025.It is estimated that snacks and the savory segments will be the fastest-growing segment and will register the highest CAGR during the forecast period 2020-2025.Geography- Segment AnalysisNorth America dominated the prepared food equipment market in 2019 with a share of more than 32%, followed by Europe.This is mainly owing to the availability of several advanced food retail chain and rising automation in the food industry.The massive technological advancement in processing ready to eat foods and the fast-growing sectors has led to the adoption of the prepared food equipment market in North America.Europe is estimated to grow at a higher CAGR during the forecast period (2020-2025) owing to the increasing investments in the food processing and industry and strict food regulations and governing policies.The growing corporate culture in the developing countries and lack of time to prepare traditional food is helping to boost the demand for a different type of food processing equipment.The growing influence of urbanization, corporate culture, and nuclear families is increasing the demand for productive and efficient advanced machinery and this is driving the growth of the prepared food equipment market.Talk to one of our sales representative about the full report by providing your details in the link below:https://www.industryarc.com/support.php?id=504452Challenges – Prepared Food Equipment MarketInfrastructural challenges and increased manufacturing costsSome of the factors that can hamper the growth of the prepared food equipment market are infrastructural challenges and increased manufacturing costs along with the cost factor of the installation of the new prepared food equipment.
14th Aug 2020 - Global Anti-Drone Market is anticipated to reach USD 1.85 billion by 2024.It is anticipated to grow at a healthy rate in the years to come.Anti-drone systems are designed to counter unnecessary interruption of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV).These systems have the ability of identifying, detecting, and tracking UAVs from a certain distance and avoid illegal actions that could be harmful to human life.This high scale of growth of the UAV corporate is subsequently persuading the anti-drones industrial sector, wherein various activities are being undertaken to increase above-mentioned numerous trials in application and detection of anti-drone systems in manufacturing divisions.Access Anti-Drone Market Report with TOC @ https://www.millioninsights.com/industry-reports/anti-drone-marketOn the other hand, stringent government regulations and high cost are anticipated to challenge the acceptance and usage of counter UAV procedures over the forthcoming period and anticipated to grow at a significant CAGR of 24.1% in the upcoming period as the scope, product types, and its applications are increasing across the globe.Anti-Drone Market may be explored by type, defense type, end use, and geography.The market may be explored by type as Destructive, may include (Missile Effector, Laser System, Electronic Countermeasures), and Non-Destructive.
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Facebook experienced a drilling accident in late April off the Oregon coast that left tools, equipment, and 6,500 gallons of drilling fluid beneath the seafloor, according to a report from Oregon Live. The company reportedly has no plans to retrieve the equipment, but the Oregon Department of State Lands has given Facebook 180 days to remove it before it potentially issues fines or legal action. Residents have been skeptical of Facebook's fiber-optic cable project from the get-go, but the ground still broke on the endeavor in January.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Facebook reportedly intends to leave drilling equipment and thousands of gallons of drilling fluid buried beneath the seafloor off the coast of Oregon, per a report from Oregon Live's Kale Williams. Facebook paid almost $500,000 for an Oregon beachfront lot to serve as the eastern end of an 8,500-mile fiber-optic cable. Edge Cable Holdings, a subsidiary of Facebook, was put in charge of the project and began in January, according to the outlet. But on April 28, an accident caused the drill pipe to break off 50 feet below the seabed. According to the report, 1,100 feet of drill pipe, a drill tip, other equipment, and 6,500 gallons of drilling fluid remain under the seafloor off the coast of Oregon, a fact that a Facebook spokesperson confirmed to Oregon Live. According to the report, Edge Cable intends to drill a new hole in early 2021 to continue with the project and plans to leave the lost tools where they are. Williams wrote on Twitter that the drilling fluid mainly comprises the clay-like bentonite, a substance that officials told him they believe is "environmentally neutral" and has not spilled yet. However, a more detailed assessment needs to be conducted for officials to know the extent of the potential damage. Now, the Department of State Lands is giving Facebook 30 days to negotiate an agreement with the state on how to address the abandoned drilling equipment. Facebook also has a 180-day deadline to "remove the abandoned pipe, equipment, tools and drilling mud in consultation with the (state) and without causing damage to the environment." Facebook may also have to apply for a new permit so the abandoned equipment can continue being "stored" where it is. If the company doesn't meet the deadlines, Facebook could be hit with fines or legal action. Cameron La Follette, Oregon Coast Alliance executive director, told Oregon Live that the accident is in part due to "corporate incompetence," but Oregon also has relaxed regulations on companies laying down fiber-optic cables. Residents have also long been wary of Facebook's involvement in the area, according to the report, and the accident has confirmed their concerns. "They are not saying, 'We're sorry.' There is no accountability," nearby resident Lynnae Rutledge told the outlet. A Facebook spokesperson told Oregon Live that an environmental assessment performed by the company showed there "is no negative environmental or public health impact from the drill head remaining at the site." Oregon Rep. David Gomberg was initially on board with Facebook's project in the area but has since concluded that the residents were correct to be hesitant, per the report. "Facebook has been an unfriendly neighbor," Gomberg told Williams. "These folks now have to be worried about what washes up on their beach for generations." Read the full report on Oregon Live here.SEE ALSO: Facebook publicly tears itself apart over Mark Zuckerberg's decision to keep up Trump's posts about the George Floyd protests Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: What makes 'Parasite' so shocking is the twist that happens in a 10-minute sequence
WeWork's membership dropped by 81,000 in the second quarter, per financial information sent to employees on Thursday.  The company's revenue increased 9% year-on-year to $882 million. SoftBank extended another $1.1 billion in debt financing in the second quarter, giving WeWork $4.1 billion in cash and unfunded cash commitments.  For more WeWork stories, click here. WeWork saw its membership number fall in the second quarter, but the coworking giant continued to add locations and nabbed a fresh $1.1 billion in financing from SoftBank.  The company lost 81,000 memberships over the second quarter, per financial highlights sent to employees on Thursday.  The company ended the second quarter with 612,000 memberships, down from 693,000 memberships at the start of the quarter. Now, WeWork's numbers are more in line with the third quarter of 2019, when it had 609,000 memberships.  "The numbers illustrate that similar to virtually every company around the world, COVID-19 has had an impact on our business," chief financial officer Kimberly Ross wrote in the Thursday email reviewed by Business Insider. "However, they also show our five year plan in action." WeWork's revenue ticked up in the second quarter to $882 million, a 9% increase year-on-year, as it continues a long-term restructuring plan. WeWork's first-quarter revenue came in at $1.1 billion, up 45% year-over-year.  Ross wrote that WeWork's financial position is "strong," strengthened by the $1.1 billion in new debt financing from lead investor SoftBank.  "Though revenue is down from Q1 due to COVID-19-related business disruptions, our overall financial foundation as well as our sales pipeline continues to grow stronger," Ross wrote in the email.  WeWork did not provide information on occupancy rates at its vast network of offices spread in cities across 38 countries.  See more: Wells Fargo is ditching a 750-person WeWork space, while Citi inked a deal with the flex-office giant far from a big city. Here's a look at how financial firms are retooling their real estate. Among the other data included in the WeWork email: Free cash outflow: $671 million, "an increase in outflows from Q1 but, notably, a nearly 50% improvement from our peak outflow of $1.3 billion in Q4'19." That cash outflow included $116 million in one-time restructuring costs, like severance for layoffs that affected at least hundreds of employees.  Overall footprint: 843 locations across 150 cities and 38 countries; up from 828 locations across 149 cities and 38 countries the previous quarter. Total memberships: 612,000, a 16% year-over-year increase. Enterprise – companies with more than 500 employees – made up 48% of those memberships, versus 45% last quarter. Enterprise customers like BlackRock can write bigger and more consistent checks than the entrepreneurs and freelancers who made up WeWork's original customer base.  See more: WeWork is ditching a major Manhattan office it hasn't even moved into yet — and it's the first big step in a turnaround that's put its entire real-estate portfolio under review WeWork, like other real estate and flexible-office providers, is grappling with the global effects of the pandemic on its business. The company has kept its US locations open and is reconfiguring spaces to include more sanitation and distance. It's eyed schools as one new customer base, offering more than 3,000 Chinese students at New York University the option to take fall classes in a Shanghai WeWork.  Earlier this month, WeWork starting allowing members to access any global location, as some customers look to return to an office, but perhaps not their home base.  The company is also in the process of bringing its New York employees back to the office, with a rolling plan that started in late June.  SoftBank has invested more than $10 billion in debt and equity in WeWork. At its height, the Japanese investor valued WeWork at $47 billion, but most recently valued the company at $2.9 billion.  SoftBank, WeWork, and some shareholders have been embroiled in a legal dispute for the last few months. As part of SoftBank's October bailout of WeWork, the investor agreed to a $3 billion stock buyback program and a $1.1 billion debt investment.  But SoftBank, citing multiple closing conditions that weren't met, backed out of the deal, which was set to close April 1. Two WeWork board members representing minority investors and cofounder Adam Neumann sued SoftBank in litigation that's expected to take months to complete. Last month, WeWork asked a judge to dismiss the suit from the pair of board members, saying they didn't have authority to sue on behalf of WeWork.  Have a tip? Contact this reporter via encrypted messaging app Signal at +1 (646) 768-1627 using a non-work phone, email at [email protected], or Twitter DM at @MeghanEMorris. (PR pitches by email only, please.) You can also contact Business Insider securely via SecureDrop.SEE ALSO: WeWork is leasing a big new office in Jersey City to house the headquarters of a planned spin-off from pharma giant Merck. 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The alternative data industry, the unique datasets used by investors to gain an edge, has surged in recent months due to the coronavirus pandemic. Business Insider profiled seven executives at some of the leading hedge funds, banks, and trading shops that are handling their firms' consumption of alternative data.  Those profiled detailed how they use alternative data, what types of data they are interested in, and how they like to be pitched by providers. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. It's been an interesting 12 months for alternative data. After a red-hot 2018, the industry faced some growing pains in the latter half of 2019, as multiple alt-data providers restructured their organization. The space overall was going through a massive expansion, and hedge funds were quick to cut feeds that they weren't getting value from. The same privacy concerns that have nipped at the heels of big tech firms made its way to the industry as well, and consumers of alternative data now had to grapple with data sets suddenly going dark overnight. However, for all the issues the industry has faced, the coronavirus pandemic — and its impact on the markets — has reinvigorated interest in alternative data. Unhappy with traditional market data, which has failed to keep up with rapidly-changing markets and proved less valuable, investors have turned to these wonky data sets, which include everything from credit-card data to satellite images, for what they believe are timely, unique insights.  While traditional market data, which totaled $32 billion, still dominates Wall Street's data spend, alternative data continues to require more resources devoted to it. See more: Credit-card data is broken. Here's how hedge funds and banks are being forced to rethink one of the earliest alt-data plays. And so with interest in alternative data arguably back at its highest, Business Insider reached out to some of the biggest banks, hedge funds, and trading firms in the world to get a sense of what their alternative data strategy is, the type of data they want, and how they want to be pitched.  Here are the seven executives handling some of Wall Street's top firms' alt-data consumption. SEE ALSO: Steve Cohen's Point72 and other hedge funds are sending urgent requests to find a replacement after Robinhood data on hot stock trades suddenly went dark SEE ALSO: The alt-data industry is having growing pains after its sudden glow up — and insiders are looking at new pricing models and unlikely customers SEE ALSO: Web traffic data shows the biggest winners and losers across 11 different industries during the pandemic: Interest in Chipotle soared while Gucci traffic sank At Balyasny, data serves both quants and fundamental traders For Balyasny Asset Management, a centralized approach is the key to its alternative data strategy.  Carson Boneck, the chief data officer at the $7.7 billion hedge fund, said in early 2017 several teams focused on big data, data engineering, and sourcing were all brought together to create the firmwide Data Intelligence Group. The goal of the group is to "help improve the hit rate and velocity of our team's investment ideas and to provide our PMs the very best data platform on the Street," Boneck told Business Insider via email. The group works with those on both the fundamental and quantitative side of the business. And while the two sides are typically using alternative data in different ways, there are benefits to pooling resources. In doing so, Boneck said the firm avoids duplicating efforts, instead making the most of its investment. All teams are able to access and share data.  "With one data team to collaborate with, we've uncovered a multiplier effect in our use of alternative data," he added. "For example, risk arb portfolio managers might use alternative data to track potential M&A transactions and share this with our index [rebalance] portfolio managers to aid in their process."  Boneck said the firm views any dataset with that same lens, looking at how it can be used in different ways by multiple portfolio managers.  Not unlike others, Boneck said Balyasny's preference for data formats is to be as raw as possible, leaving the opportunity for the hedge fund's various teams to uncover relationships. It's not uncommon for the manager to work with new data providers on formatting data. Data history is also critical, he added. "One important characteristic of all the data we leverage is ensuring the data's history reflects its original form at any historical point-in-time," Boneck added. "When vendors don't provide point-in-time data our Data Intelligence Group creates an in-house version." Boneck declined to disclose Balyasny's alt data budget, beyond saying it's "significant."  As for the best way to pitch the hedge fund, details around how data is collected from the source are important, as is its coverage and timeliness. In short, you should know your data back-to-front.  The firm actually created a self-serve portal, called Antenna, for alt data providers to be quickly evaluated; providers "are able to see descriptive statistics and even the results of risk-aware back tests." "Datasets which score well in Antenna are fast-tracked for further internal evaluation," he added. Read more: The chief data officer at $6 billion hedge fund Balyasny explains how to merge quantitative and fundamental trading strategies — and the importance of 'translators' to bridge the gap Barclays leans on alt data for the nuance it provides The devil is in the details.  That's how Ryan Preclaw, who co-leads Barclays' data-science research group, explained his approach to alternative data. The group, which is made up of an investment sciences team and data science team, publishing reports and analysis for the banks' clients.  "The most exciting thing alternative data offers over traditional data is its granularity," Preclaw told Business Insider via email. "We can provide our clients with actionable insights and answer very specific research questions that would have been impossible in the past." From investment to retail banking, their is value across the firm in using obscure datasets, Preclaw said. But there is no specific type of alt data that the UK bank targets. Barclays uses everything from geolocation data, which has proved particularly useful in recent months, to open data, which is usually published by some kind of government entity. However, when it comes to the format the data is in, Preclaw said Barclays made a strategic choice to have data be as raw as possible. "We want to be maximally flexible in what we can do with it, even though that means a lot more upfront investment in infrastructure, storage, and algorithm development to turn it into useful information," he said. "Raw data has two advantages for us: first, we can get answers to questions that might be impossible if we received data in a pre-processed form; second, it puts us into a position to talk to our clients about the nuances of how to work with alternative data." While Preclaw declined to disclose the bank's budget for alt data, he did have some advice for prospective providers. First, it's important to provide written material about the dataset before even trying to set up a conversation. When a chat does occur, Preclaw said the bank is eager to understand what the data set is offering "in a very specific way." "We want to see what a row of your data looks like, what all the features are that you have in it in as plain language as possible," he added. Transparency is also a top concern, as is simplicity, Preclaw said. Be prepared to explain the process in a concise way. Tech and salespeople are also encouraged to attend the first meeting to provide a 360-degree view of the data, he said.  Preclaw also had a piece of advice for something to avoid. "One thing we are NOT interested in seeing is a back test against returns," he added. "Those are so easy to do incorrectly that we can't put any dependence on it unless we've done it ourselves." See more: How a new Barclays data-science team is fast-tracking research and finding the most useful stats to measure the economic impact of the coronavirus Bridgewater starts with government data — but has found alt data very useful The world's biggest hedge fund starts with government data; it's got the longest history and often has clear macro implications. But Bridgewater, the $160 billion hedge-fund manager run by Ray Dalio, is using alternative data more and more, as it helps "us to understand macro dynamics much more granularly and quickly than traditional government data sources would," according to Matt Karasz, who leads Bridgewater's macro research team. "This has been particularly useful as we navigated the uncertainty over the last couple of months," Karasz tells Business Insider. "Large shifts in the economy have occurred outside of traditional 'sector' lines – e.g. consumers shifting from in-person purchases to online and shifting their basket of consumption in response to the virus – and alternative data has been critical to seeing these shifts play out and understanding how the economy is working under the coronavirus," he added. Alternative data does have limitations, he said; narrow focuses, limited track records, and difficulties ingesting it into systems are all obstacles. But "all challenges worth overcoming if the data is shedding light on an important dynamic." See more: 'I'd rather turn them into robo cops': Execs from Man Group, Bridgewater, and Schonfeld explain how they're trying to blend humans and machines Jump Trading is looking for vendors to have a dialogue with For Chicago-based proprietary trading firm Jump Trading, data usage is all about refining an "existing predictive pattern or possibly present a new one on its own," Stewart Stimson, head of data strategy for Jump Trading, told Business Insider via email.  Specifically for alternative data, Stimson said while there is an inclination to focus on its use around equity statistical arbitrage — one of the longest-running quant strategies — it can be used across the firm. What's key, he added, is balance between the number of observations that can be made from a data source and the frequency with which the data is able to help make accurate predictions. "If the data is high quality, is unique, and has a large number of observations, there's a good chance that we are interested in looking at it," he added. Jump has also streamlined its consumption of alternative data via a method that normalizes a variety of data structures. As a result, the trading firm has a sliding-scale approach to how quickly it can test a data set. "While the dream is perfectly structured data in either flat files or a well-defined/architected database, we recognize that part of our ongoing mission in both analysis and talent recruitment is adapting to the curveballs in data structure," Stimson said.  As far as budget, Stimson said there is no established number. Every dataset is subject to the value established by it during testing.  The entire process of sourcing data has evolved greatly in the last few years, he added. Overall, he said Jump is always eager to find new data sources.  During the initial conversation, Stimson said having a data dictionary, which typically details everything about the database, is crucial. He also highlighted two other key considerations. "The baseline expectations that we look for in a vendor presenting their data is a representation of fidelity to time in their history first and foremost," he said. "We also want an understanding of why the vendor is confident that their data is obtained in a way that grants them license to sell this data, as this helps us evaluate the compliance and source sustainability concerns that we need to understand." Even if a dataset isn't right for Jump, Stimson said the firm is open to providing some constructive feedback.  "We believe this two-way dialogue keeps the door open to hearing more from the vendor in the future," he added. Inside Man Group's 'data mosaic' Hinesh Kalian, head of data science for the world's largest publicly traded hedge-fund manager, has a big and diverse organization to think about when he is buying outside data. There's quants and discretionary managers, both trying to understand things about companies, the markets, and the world — before they happen.  "It's becoming more apparent that traditional data sources typically cannot provide real-time insights into financial and economic health. We are not looking to tackle a specific problem, but rather we are creating solutions to build a data mosaic leveraging a variety of alternative data pieces," Man Group's Kalian told Business Insider. Read more: 'I'd rather turn them into robo cops': Execs from Man Group, Bridgewater, and Schonfeld explain how they're trying to blend humans and machines He views alternative data, broadly, as slotting into three groups: individuals, businesses, and sensors.  "In the current environment, it's no surprise that data sources that provide insight into changes in consumer behavior and economic health are very relevant. Data related to consumer spending, footfall traffic measures, consumer sentiment, supply chain dynamics, and employment data are particularly interesting in the current environment." While pre-packaged data can seem simpler, Kalian said the $108 billion firm has invested heavily in its ability to clean and sort data in all forms; for vendors looking to get Kalian's ear, he recommends to "do your homework." "If you think you have an interesting product then reach out. It's important to look at this landscape laterally, i.e. even if the data is used in non-financial industries, there is a chance it can be useful to the investment management community." PanAgora is trying to win a race, and uses data to do it Lei Liu views investing in equities as "a race to price in all the relevant information" — and sees alternative data as a way to get there first. A senior portfolio manager for $45 billion PanAgora Asset Management, Liu is trying to use alternative to both find alpha and help with risk management, so the firm can avoid crowded trades. Liu tells Business Insider that his firm prefers data in that can be plugged directly into Panagora, and the firm's budget is based on a cost-benefit analysis — if the dataset is worth it, the company will consider it.  For vendors looking for an in, Liu suggests that companies "tell us what is the uniqueness of this data and how useful is this data to gauge" businesses.    Point72 is focused on answering questions Billionaire Steve Cohen's $16 billion hedge fund uses a lot of data, from traditional sources to obscure, outside feeds. Jessica Fiegleman, a member of the firm's Market Intelligence team who runs the data acquisition group, told Business Insider in an email that she focuses "on the fundamental research questions that need to be answered about these companies" when evaluating data feeds. "We're careful not to narrow our focus on the signals generated from the data," she said.  The firm declined to disclose its budget for alternative data, but noted the infrastructure it has invested internally lets it take data in any format. Fiegleman notes the firm's analysts, engineers, data scientists, and compliance team are key components to "a successful alternative data strategy." For people pitching the firm, Fiegleman advises data vendors look to speak on more than just an individual product. "Our best vendor relationships are collaborative rather than transactional. We love when a data provider can educate us about their product, and in turn, we can be a part of the evolution of their offerings." Read more: 'A $35,000 data set that could have saved or made $100 million': Alt data is back in the spotlight — here's how providers and buyers have adapted. Hedge funds are using these 10 alt-data sources to gain an investing edge and keep track of the coronavirus' impact Alt data's Wild West days may be ending as Congress and privacy advocates zero in on the industry. Nearly a dozen insiders tell us how data streams going dark is an 'unhedgeable' risk.
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August 13, 2020: In this report, our team offers a comprehensive analysis of PDF Software market, SWOT analysis of the most prominent players in this landscape.Along with an industrial chain, market statistics in terms of revenue, sales, price, capacity, regional market analysis, segment-wise data, and market forecast information are offered in the full study, etc.This report focuses on top manufacturers in global market, Involved the assessment of Sales, price, revenue and market share for each manufacturer, covering•    Nuance•    Nitro Software•    Adobe•    ProgeSOFT•    WebSupergoo Software•    Panobi Technologies•    NCH Software•    Visagesoft•    IAC Applications•    IText Group•    Pdfforge•    Tracker Software Products•    PlotSoftRequest a Free Sample Copy of this Report @ https://www.radiantinsights.com/research/global-pdf-software-market-2020-2026/request-sampleOn the basis of product, this report displays the Sales, revenue, price, market share and growth rate of each type, primarily split into•    Cloud based•    On premiseBy Application, this report focuses on Sales, Market share and Growth Rate of each application, can be divided into•    Large Enterprise•    SMBBy Regions, this report splits global market into several key regions, with Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin market share of top players in these regions, from 2014 to 2026 (forecast), like•    China•    USA•    Europe•    Japan•    Korea•    India•    Southeast Asia•    South AmericaDownload Full Research Report @ https://www.radiantinsights.com/research/global-pdf-software-market-2020-2026Table of ContentsGlobal PDF Software Market Professional Survey Report 20191 Report Overview    1.1 Definition and Specification    1.2 Manufacturers and Region Overview        1.2.1 Manufacturers Overview        1.2.2 Regions Overview    1.3 Type Overview        1.3.1 Cloud based        1.3.2 On premise    1.4 Application Overview        1.4.1 Large Enterprise        1.4.2 SMB    1.5 Industrial Chain        1.5.1 PDF Software Industrial Chain        1.5.2  Upstream        1.5.3  Downstream    2.1 The Overall Market Performance(Volume)         2.1.1 Cloud based         2.1.2 On premise    2.2 The Overall Market Performance(Value)         2.2.1 Cloud based         2.2.2 On premise3 Global PDF Software Market Assessment by Application    3.1 Overall Market Performance (Volume)    3.2 Large Enterprise    3.3 SMBAbout Radiant Insights: At Radiant Insights, we work with the aim to reach the highest levels of customer satisfaction.Our representatives strive to understand diverse client requirements and cater to the same with the most innovative and functional solutions.Corporate Sales Specialist Radiant Insights, Inc.Phone: +1-415-349-0054 Toll Free: 1-888-928-9744 Email: [email protected] Web: https://www.radiantinsights.com/
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