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Marie Hagman of Zillow: “The pace of discovery and innovation is accelerating across the board, it’s important to keep up and stay relevant”

2019-03-20

Thrive Global: I had the pleasure of interviewing Marie Hagman. Marie is the Director of Product for the Artificial Intelligence division at Zillow Group, using deep learning, machine learning, natural language processing and computer vision to simplify the home buying process. She leads the teams that are constantly improving the Zestimate (Zillow’s AI-powered home value estimate), personalizing the home shopping experience for consumers and connecting them to real estate professionals, creating 3D home tours from photos taken with a phone, and much more.

Issues of quality in pharmerging countries ‘more spoken about than real’

2019-03-20

in-PharmaTechnologist: As emerging markets have expanded their capacities in manufacturing APIs, quality perceptions and differing global quality standards have sparked potential concern. Lee Newton, VP of API development & manufacturing, addresses how the quality issue is less pervasive and dire than it may seem. Newton predicts that China may become the second-largest market for CDMO services in the next 10 years as the Chinese market has become a larger market for selling services into and has grown, in part, due to investing in innovative medicines.

Issues of quality in pharmerging countries ‘more spoken about than real’

2019-03-20

in-PharmaTechnologist: As emerging markets have expanded their capacities in manufacturing APIs, quality perceptions and differing global quality standards have sparked potential concern. Lee Newton, VP of API development & manufacturing, addresses how the quality issue is less pervasive and dire than it may seem. Newton predicts that China may become the second-largest market for CDMO services in the next 10 years as the Chinese market has become a larger market for selling services into and has grown, in part, due to investing in innovative medicines.

Chile Says U.S.-China Ties 'Paramount' to Global Growth

2019-03-03

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia: China and the U.S. are Chile’s first and second biggest trading partners and their trade relationship is “paramount” to the South American nation as well as global growth, says Chile’s Vice-Minister for Trade Rodrigo Yáñez. Chile is host country for this year’s annual APEC in November. Bloomberg’s Ramy Inocencio speaks exclusively with Yáñez on global trade, public-private partnerships and digital transformations including 5G and the Internet of Things across the bloc as it aims to liberalize trade and investment by 2020 as outlined in the community’s 1994 Bogor Goals

Corporate DEI Initiatives Are Good For Everyone... Including You

2019-02-25

Forbes: Cultivating a diverse employee population where everyone feels able to bring their best selves to work is not only the right thing to do, but it’s also better for business. The importance of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives as a part of an employee engagement strategy cannot be understated.

Liquid-Fill Capsules – Benefits for Highly Potent API Formulation and Scale-Up

2019-02-21

American Pharmaceutical Review: As a growing proportion of drugs in development contain highly potent APIs, development organizations must address the challenges that come with safely handling and accurately dosing these highly toxic drug substances. Alyn McNaughton, Technical Director, Lonza Pharma & Biotech shares why liquid-fill encapsulation has been a successful approach in furthering and scaling HPAPI manufacturing for commercial use.

How did the shutdown affected the January jobs report?

2019-02-01

PBS: The U.S. economy gained jobs for the 100th straight month, adding 304,000 jobs in January. The unemployment rate rose to 4 percent from 3.9 percent in December, but that uptick appeared to be a temporary result of the month-long government shutdown. “Despite fears of the federal government shutdown derailing the job market, we still have a strong underlying economy,” said Andrew Chamberlain, the chief economist at the jobs website Glassdoor.com.