The largest companies by revenue in every state: Map

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The map above shows the largest company by revenue in every state in the U.S.  The map drew information from Hoover’s, a Dun & Bradstreet company,  database of company profiles. It was created by Mike Simmons in collaboration with Broadview Networks. The site updates information based on figures available from the most recent fiscal year.

 

 

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Harvard professor Clayton Christensen predicts half of U.S. colleges to fail in next 15 years

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Dowling College main administrative and faculty offices building.

On Long Island, New York’s south shore on the Dowling College campus, a fleet of unused shuttle buses sits in an otherwise empty parking lot. A dormitory is shuttered, as are a cafeteria, bookstore and some classrooms in the main academic building.

 

 

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Data becomes major revenue driver for U.S. mobile industry

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In the fourth quarter of 2013 was the turning point in which the U.S. mobile industry started making more money off of data than from voice. Data became a bigger revenue source for carriers than voice services. From this point on data will be the primary growth driver for the U.S. mobile industry, while voice will recede in the rearview mirror.

 

 

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Pay-TV industry lost 113,000 customers in third quarter of 2013

“The pay-TV industry has reported its worst 12-month stretch ever.”

2013 has been a tough year for cable-TV operators. This will probably be the worst year for the pay-TV industry in terms of customer retention, according to a report Tuesday by independent research firm MoffettNathanson.

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New record as online ad revenues jump 18% to $20B in first 6 months of 2013

Apparently, new certainties in life are death, taxes, and Internet ad revenues going up.  Online ad revenues in the U.S. jumped 18 percent from 2012′s numbers to hit a new record, $20.1 billion, just for the first half of 2013. Mobile revenues were the fastest-growing, soaring 145 percent to $3 billion, and digital video ads, crucial to the growth of visual media online such as YouTube, rose 24 percent to $1.3 billion.

 

 

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