The BIIA Newsletter February II – 2012 Issue is posted on this website: To read the full story click on the attachment: BIIA NEWSLETTER FEBRUARY II – 2012 ISSUE
Late Breaking News:
- Business Information: The annual report season has begun: What grows and what does not?
- There are some interesting comparisons: Equifax overall revenues were up 5% for the full year and were buoyed by strong 4th quarter results. It got accolades from analysts.
- D&B’s results were up also 5% for the full year, however analysts expected more and D&B’s stock dropped.
- Thomson Reuters revenues grew 5% and analysts expected more and the stock dropped.
- BIIA Network Group on LinkedIn has reached 500 members
- Taxonomy: The route to value added
- Outsell: Five technologies to watch
- Indian E-commerce rises
- Outsell preliminary industry forecast: The largest players outperformed the industry average
- D&B disappoints with low growth in its US RMS – Stock price drops
- Veda Australia launches new personal property securities register
- Equifax reports strong fourth quarter and full year results
- Experian QAS launches new medical and insurance compliance tool
- Experian plc. (ARD) announces new cross-platform media planning service
- Bureau van Dijk offers information on patent holders and patents
- InboundScore: A new tool to prioritize sales leads
News from China:
- Alibaba Group may take b2b division private as part of Yahoo deal
- CTRISKS Rating Limited reports financial stress in clothing and accessory and real estate holding sectors
- China b2b online sourcing market size estimated at US$ 1.15 billion
Consumer Credit Information
- Data mining from social networks – a discussion on LinkedIn
- The shape of things to come – What does Mobil Phone Usage say about credit-worthiness
- China’s consumers with global influence – The worrying aspect of over-indebtedness
People on the Move
- D&B appoints Paul D Ballew Chief Data and Analytics Officer
- House cleaning at S&P
- Yahoo: Jerry Yang Resigns
We thank our members for their contributions.
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Joachim C Bartels