Posts By: Elena Contois

An Innovator from the Beginning Descartes Systems Group (NASDAQ: DSGX) has been helping global multimodal supply chains since 1981. Based in Waterloo, Canada, DSGX didn’t go public until 1998 in Canada and 1999 in the US. That initial foray into the markets was just in time to catch the rising wave of the dotcom tsunami….

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History of Google and Alphabet GOOGL has a Silicon Valley fairytale beginning. Two relatively unfocused Stanford University graduate students in the Department of Computer Science, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, were searching for dissertation topics and decided to investigate the “mathematical properties” of the World Wide Web – a somewhat unspecific focus. Their interests focused…

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Diagnostics is the Place to Be in Healthcare, and TMO Is King of the Hill Thermo Fisher Scientific (NYSE: TMO) is a multinational corporation which develops and markets a large range of equipment and software used by the science and engineering communities for their core responsibilities. Its headquarters is in the Boston suburb of Waltham,…

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