Founded in 2012, ThetaRay’s founders developed mathematical algorithms to identify different types of threats, by analyzing massive amounts of data across multiple environments, systems and sources to signal suspicious transactions and patterns.
Google is aggressively building its access to insurers both directly and via partnership. The deal with CompareNow gives Google access to roughly 30 insurers, including many of the biggest insurers in California and Texas – the nation’s largest auto insurance markets.
Fidelity Worldwide has a special focus on investing in 21st century themes that they believe will influence markets in the medium to long term, including digital disruption, Internet of Things and Big Data.
The objective of eMoney Advisor is to lead the digital transformation of the wealth management industry globally.
Zebra is a US-based auto insurance aggregator that lets user choose from 200 + insurers across the 50 states.
Launched by Ubank in Australia, PeopleLikeU is a website where users can compare their spending habits to people having a similar socio-demographic profile in terms of area, gender, age and living factors.
United Health and Humana have been contacted by Apple in order to partner and adapt the insured contracts according to the data from his application Health.
Google Compare allows to compare the quotations of many partners.
Paul Hawtin, who ran the “Twitter Fund” and DCM Capital, has launched Cayman Atlantic, operating managed trading accounts based on sentiment & news analysis technology.