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on February 8, 2016
Big Data’s potential for in-house
Big Data is here and it is here to stay. Retailers collect and analyze billions of customer purchases every hour, looking for buying trends to better target their marketing efforts. Credit card companies constantly analyze incoming transactions searching for indicators of fraud. Social media platforms curate, store, analyze, and sell data that is invaluable to advertisers. As WikiLeaks has demonstrated, governments scour, record, and analyze massive amounts of information daily, including data mi
on February 8, 2016
Kidnapping ‘most terrifying nightmare’: wife of City of Oshawa solicitor tells court
The wife of Oshawa’s city solicitor says that on the night three years ago that her husband David Potts was kidnapped at gunpoint by a former councilor, she feared she might never see him again.
Compliance and regulatory concerns top list of CLOs
on February 1, 2016
Oil and gas sector in-house jobs cut by up to 20 per cent: ACC survey
Even in tough times it seems in-house departments are bulking up and adding operations team members, but legal departments in the oil and gas sector are taking a hit as that sector continues to feel the pinch.

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January 2016, Volume 11 • Issue 1
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