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China's video streaming leader just crossed 100 million paying subscribers, but there are a few important details for investors to know.
Education producer 2U’s entire business model has to change, and the market doesn’t like it.
The company's liquid blood tests are catching on quickly as a way to diagnose advanced-stage cancer. Revenue grew 178% in the second quarter, but its plans for the future are even bigger.
Businesses have been paying the tolls of Visa and Mastercard's credit-card networks for decades. But Paystand CEO Jeremy Almond is building a much more innovative payment infrastructure.
No longer just theoretical concepts, blockchains are now actively being deployed by enterprise customers. Here's a look at where the payments industry is heading.
The cloud-based database specialist is disrupting its industry.
China's digital streaming leader is aggressively raising money to create its own original movies.
Techies know him as a pioneer of AI; investors know him as head of a multibillion-dollar company. We could soon know Don Brown as the person who redefined healthcare.
Disruptive innovation has toppled several of the market's largest companies. But IBM's John Cohn explains how leaders can balance incremental and longer-term innovation to keep from becoming disrupted.
An IBM fellow with 116 patents shares his future view of computing for artificial intelligence.
China's biotech industry is growing quickly, and the innovative BeiGene could be an opportunity in the space.
Healthcare, blockchain, data privacy, and community all converge in an innovative new company that should be on your radar. See what LunaDNA's cofounder says about the future of consumer genomics.
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The balance of power in the database market is shifting quickly. Mongo's database-as-a-service offering is now growing revenue at more than 400% per year.
Is AI a game-changer for industries everywhere, or just a "seductive tool" distracting companies from achieving their greatest potential? We spoke with the CEO of one of the world's most innovative companies to find out.
A fourth-quarter checkup finds growing patient visits, rising fees from insurers, and increasing utilization. The telemedicine specialist looks to be in good health, and is improving still.
iQiyi reported another quarter of strong growth in both membership and advertising. But it's also spending quite heavily on original programming.
Artificial Solutions is using artificial intelligence to help enterprises respond to customer needs -- and the company will soon be publicly traded.
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