Big Data

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Lunch Time Testing
How Clover crunches big data to take aim at reshaping fast food
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For a few years now, there's been one startup in Boston that's been my unqualified favorite to watch, even though I haven't reported on them: Clover Food. In a deep profile for this weekend's Globe Magazine, Eric Moskowitz rightly describes it as what would result if a cafeteria mated with an Apple store. But there's one big cultural difference between Apple and Clover: Clover is obsessively open with how it operates. Read More
Data Integrate in the Granite State
After two decades in business, New Hampshire's Scribe has found its opportunity on the cloud
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Most discussions about technology and startups north of the Massachusetts border tend to focus on Dyn, Dean Kamen, and, sometimes, Mosaic and DataGravity. However, another New Hampshire business, Manchester-based data integration company Scribe Software, may need to start being included in the discussion. Read More