DataSift opens New York office, and hires 2 veterans to bring social data to finance industry

DataSift opens New York office, and hires 2 veterans to bring social data to finance industry

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Three months after DataSift announced a $7.2m funding round, the social data company has announced the launch of its New York office, as well as two new key hires. DataSift is a real-time social-data mining platform developed by MediaSift Ltd, the same company behind TweetMeme. We reported on the launch...
DataSift opens New York office, and hires 2 veterans to bring social data to finance industry
                                       

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