Monthly Archives: February 2018

What Data Science Can Learn From The Slow Food Movement

You may recall a scene in the first season of Portlandia that features a couple at a farm-to-table restaurant asking about the chicken on the menu. They don’t just want to know how it’s cooked. They want to know what the chicken … Continue reading

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‘Black Box’ Problem Hampers Banks’ Online Marketing

By Penny Crosman Bankers would like to take advantage of one of Facebook’s prime marketing skills — the ability to target users who exhibit attributes like their existing customers — but there are persistent fears that doing so could make … Continue reading

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Interview with David Dowhan, CEO & Founder, TruSignal

Tell us about your role and how you got here? What inspired you to start a people-based marketing company? When I was head of marketing for NextCard (a credit card originator from the Internet 1.0 era), I saw firsthand how … Continue reading

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