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Offers users the ability to retrieve any public tweet since 2006 for data analysis.
Nigel Cover, previously of Grass Roots, has been appointed as the company’s new vice president for Business Services.
Big data analytics firm Palantir has acquired Poptip, a social media polling startup.
The summer issue of MRS’s quarterly magazine is now available online to MRS members.
Ryan Garner has been hired to lead the company’s new personal information economy proposition; six other new hires have also been announced.
Almost three quarters of Americans worry about the quantity of personal information available online, according to a new poll.
The GfK Roper Report ‘Africa Pack’ now covers South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, Egypt and Ghana.
Nick Allen and Tori Harris have both been appointed to newly-created roles.
Online dating website OkCupid has admitted that, like Facebook, it has conducted experiments on its members without their knowledge.
Google Analytics now available on iPhone, following Android launch earlier this year.
Total revenues for IT marketing analyst were $82.9m, compared with $79m at Q2 2013.
While 80% of consumers believe companies should behave ethically, price, value and quality are most important factors in purchase decision, says new research.
Nielsen has reported that its Q2 2014 revenues have increased 15% to $1.594 million from Q2 2013.
Kathleen Relias leads the Life Sciences practice and Chicago office for the organisation.
Butler joins from Merkle, where he led the Media and Entertainment business development team.
Incubator division led by company co-founder Jonathan Clough.
Kate Downer has been made research director in one of five promotions at the London office.