Joan Siefert Rose is nearing the end of an eight-year run as CEO of the Council for Entrepreneurial Development. What are her fondest memories? Her biggest regrets? What message would she give to her successor? Find out the answers in the first of a two-part exclusive interview.
The Research Triangle will have the ear of President-elect Donald Trump through two major connections: The Blackstone Group and IBM.
Steve Malik, the founder then seller then re-acquirer of Cary-based Medfusion, is apparently going to announce on Tuesday his next big venture: Taking the Carolina RailHawks franchise, which he owns, to a new level. He also reportedly wants a new soccer stadium.
International research firm Ovum estimates that the big data market will grow from $1.7 billion in 2016 to $9.4 billion by 2020, and Duke University Professor Jeremy Petranka explains how and why big data is becoming so important.
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David Morken is turning loose the "David" he helped create to take on the "Goliaths" in the wireless industry as Republic Wireless spins out from Raleigh-based Bandwidth. But Morken says Republic's new CEO and the company are ready to fight even more aggressively while he turns his attention to Bandwidth, which is ready for "cleared hot" growth.
RIoT gears its education event towards engineers and developers looking for extended hands-on time with the most cutting edge IoT hardware and software available today. Students are also welcome. They'll have ample time to meet and network with the product teams.