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Tempus is a Chicago-based technology company that relies on big data analytics to collect and analyze cancer patient information as means to help physicians make more personalized cancer treatment options. Eric Lefkofsky, the founder and CEO, founded the enterprise in 2015, and it has since reached several milestones. For one, it has earned a spot among Chicago’s top ten tech companies. In March of this year, it has also secured $80 million in venture capital funding, which has increased its value to an approximate $1.1 billion. As such, Tempus has become Chicago’s newest “unicorn,” an industry term for privately held companies valued at $1 billion or more. This is a title that only few of the city’s startups hold. It joins six other unicorns on the local tech scene that hold the potential to fuel the city’s tech ecosystem.
If you are like most people, you neglect your basement simply because it is out of sight and out of mind. After all, most basements are primarily used for storage, laundry and possibly an exercise machine or two. However, if you neglect your basement long enough, it will inevitably reach the point where a bunch of rubbish piles up and gets in the way.
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The days of rubbish being hauled off to overflowing landfills will soon come to an end. Green technologies that convert rubbish into new items for consumer and business use are on the rise. The ultimate aim of these green rubbish removal technologies is to convert undesired items into products that provide considerable utility. It is conceivable that every single consumer product will eventually be fully re-purposed rather than dumped in a landfill. Let’s take a look at a few of these green rubbish removal technologies.
In today’s era, it’s really necessary to get updated with technology to succeed. If you’re startup what would be the great source of bringing traffic? Obviously, Facebook Because Facebook currently has nearly 1.5 billion active users in which 655 million users are access Facebook through a mobile device (via the Facebook app). But what, when your eyes are a blink on any interesting headline but after clicking on it, takes lots of time in loading….loading and I’m sure you would feel irritated because of me too also. So to providing the better experience to their users Facebook launched Facebook instant articles in February 2016 that were built to solve a slow article loading time on the mobile web browser.