David Krug

David Krug

  • Apple Adds Siri To Desktops

    SAN FRANCISCO — Apple announced Monday that it is bringing Siri, its intelligent assistant technology, to its Mac line of computers as part of an update to the Mac operating system. Mac owners will be able to use Siri to search for information on the Web and files on their computers. Apple first incorporated Siri […]

  • Gun Stocks Surge Amidst Obama’s Primetime Message Against Terrorism

    Shares of the two publicly traded gun makers rallied on Monday, a day after President Barack Obama gave a prime-time address calling for a modest reduction in the availability of firearms. Smith & Wesson SWHC, +7.64%, closed 8% higher and Sturm Ruger & Co. RGR, +5.85% rose 6% on Monday. Smith & Wesson has climbed […]

  • Is This The End Of The Line For Yahoo’s Marissa Mayer?

    In an era of short-term results-based business, we could very well be watching the end of Marissa Mayer. She was brought in by Yahoo after working for over a decade at Google where she was one of the senior executives responsible for Google’s astronomical success. But with the recent turmoil Yahoo is facing with many […]

  • What Happens When Big Data Meets the Healthcare Industry

    Big data has impacted every industry, and healthcare is no exception. In the case of healthcare, it’s not just about saving money, it’s also about saving lives. It’s estimated that the amount of data created in just two days in 2015 will surpass the total amount of data created from the beginning of history until […]

  • Netflix Stock Rises 3% Amidst New Price Hike

    Netflix stock jumped 3% amidst a newly announced price hike. Netflix comments on the price hike: “To continue adding more TV shows and movies including many Netflix original titles, we are modestly raising the price for some new members in the U.S., Canada and Latin America. As a thank you to existing Netflix members — […]

  • A Guide To Performance Based Advertising For Jobs

    Marketing is a tricky game, especially when you’re trying to find the right person for the job. The traditional model is to use job boards where an employer would pay for a single post or a bulk posting package and hope for the best. If no one comes around, then tough luck. So let’s talk […]

  • Facebook Tests Shops Within Pages

    Facebook is looking to be much more than a social platform. In fact for the last few years they have had their sights set on becoming an ecommerce platform. Facebook would like to begin hosting stores on popular Facebook pages of retailers and take their cut of financial transactions. Facebook intends to handle the entire […]

  • Shery Sandberg on Grief & Loss After Losing Her Husband

    In the world of business there aren’t as many high profile women as there are men. And there aren’t as many high profile execs in the world as Sheryl Sandberg of Facebook. 30 days ago she lost her husband Dave Goldberg in a tragic accident in Mexico. The lessons she learned are profound and clear […]

  • The Dollar Is Dead, Long Live The Dollar

    Even though the dollar surged recently against the Yen, and as a result of the Greek financial crisis some countries are obviously ditching the dollar in attempt to create greater long term economic stability. Some economists shouted from the bastions of Twitter “The Dollar is Dead”, yet those same economists are having to eat pie […]