The Hill article The latest from The Hill’s Big Data blog features analysis from industry leaders.
The Hill blog is owned by Citi, the nation’s largest bank.
Citi CEO Richard F. Volcker is on the board of directors of the Digital Currency Group, which is led by former Bank of America chief executive Vikram Pandit.
WSJ’s Mark Halperin, Adam Entous, and John Aravosis discuss how big data can transform finance.
WSG’s Scott Warshaw is the executive editor of the WSJ.
The Washington Post’s Karen DeYoung and the New York Times’ Maggie Haberman discuss the future of the news business.
WSGE’s Michael Greenfield is the co-founder of the nonprofit Washington Post Institute.
He serves as vice president of policy for the Post Institute and is a regular contributor to The Wall Street Journal.
The New York Observer’s Peter Baker and the Boston Globe’s Peter Holley discuss the news media’s role in the digital age.
WSUS’ Jeff Hirsch is the editor-in-chief of the Washington Post.
WSBA’s Ben Kirtley is a contributor to the Wall Street Blog.
WSFA’s Paul D. Schurrle is a contributing editor to the WSFA.
WSIA’s Chris Gettman is the president of the Wall St. Journal.
WSBI’s David L. Leiter is a managing editor of Bloomberg View.
The Wall St.: The New Digital Age, edited by Richard Farkas, is available for pre-order from Amazon.com.