Joe Kraus

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Name: Joe Kraus
First reported Mar 18 2014 - Updated Mar 18 2014 - 1 reports

Hearing held to break Heroin & Opioid Addiction

RUTLAND, VT- Vermont's battle against heroin and opioid addiction has thrown the state in the national spotlight.Monday it was all about finding a solution.In a standing room only hearing held by the Senate Judiciary Committee in Rutland, the focus was ... [Published My Champlain Valley - Mar 18 2014]
First reported Mar 18 2014 - Updated Mar 18 2014 - 1 reports

The Best Advice You Received From Highly Successful CEOs, Executives And entrepreneurs?

Over the past few months, our CEOWORLD Magazine team spoke with some of the World’s highly successful and effective CEOs, entrepreneurs, and other corporate executives and put the question to them: “What’s the best advice you’ve ever received to lead ... [Published CEOWorld Magazine - Mar 18 2014]
First reported Mar 07 2014 - Updated Mar 07 2014 - 1 reports

Where next for the human genome?

The dotcom pioneer Joe Kraus recently said that "the 20th century was about dozens of markets of millions of consumers. The 21st century is about millions of markets of dozens of consumers. This sums up how healthcare and life sciences are changing, says ... [Published Pharma Times - Mar 07 2014]
First reported Mar 06 2014 - Updated Mar 06 2014 - 1 reports

Cloud, Schmoud—To Really Succeed, Web Companies Need Their Own Data Centers

Nearly 10 years ago Excite and Jotspot founder Joe Kraus exulted : "There’s never been a better time to be an entrepreneur because it’s never been cheaper to be one." Powerful open-source software running on cheap, commodity hardware meant that entrepreneurs ... [Published ReadWriteWeb - Mar 06 2014]
First reported Jan 25 2014 - Updated Jan 25 2014 - 1 reports

Kraus wins geography bee

Richard Kraus, an eighth-grade student at Wyoming Seminary Lower School and the son of Joe Kraus and Paula Chaiken, Kingston, recently won the school-level competition of the National Geographic Bee contest and a chance to continue on to state competition. ... [Published Wilkes-Barre Times Leader - Jan 25 2014]
First reported Dec 11 2013 - Updated Dec 11 2013 - 1 reports

Connected big-rigs: Google-backed KeepTruckin upgrades the trucking industry

IM_photo / Shutterstock Shoaib Makani, a former venture capitalist at Khosla Ventures, spends a lot of time at truck stops these days. But he’s not there for the luxurious amenities, as convenient as a laundry machine next to McDonald’s may be. It’s ... [Published Venturebeat - Dec 11 2013]
First reported Nov 06 2013 - Updated Nov 06 2013 - 1 reports

How I learned to stop worrying and love the Internet (again)

photocritica/Shutterstockl Internet cafes helped spread the love of tech far and wide. Nov. 12 - 13, 2013 San Francisco, CA Tickets On Sale Now Lately, there’s been an undercurrent of criticism against the web, and not just the web itself, ... [Published Venturebeat - Nov 06 2013]
First reported Oct 29 2013 - Updated Oct 29 2013 - 1 reports

GEORGE BELL: How I Went From Making Documentaries In Africa To Taking Companies Public In Silicon Valley

George Bell has major startup cred — he just sold Jumptap to Millennial Media. Before that, he was CEO of Excite, and took the company public. However, his career started in travel documentaries, chasing down reclusive tribes in Africa and looking ... [Published Clusterstock - Oct 29 2013]

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The dotcom pioneer Joe Kraus recently said that "the 20th century was about dozens of markets of millions of consumers. the 21st century is about millions of markets of dozens of consumers. this sums up how healthcare and life sciences are changing, says hilary thomas, head of life sciences strategy group for kpmg, and one of the speakers at the forthcoming event from building blocks to blockbusters: the future of the human genome on april 3 (sponsored by kpmg and partnered with pharmatimes). she added that as well as the personalisation of medicine, were now looking at the personalisation of conditions where we can identify and target different strains or types of diseases where once they would have been looked at in isolation. but understanding the value and benefits of personalised medicine cant be achieved without better data, prof thomas believes. we are still in the infancy of real-world and big-data technologies the industry is not yet ready to turn this opportunity into economic value. getting it right will be critical to achieving the step change we need in patient outcomes without breaking the budget. although an enormous amount of progress has been made, prof thomas suggests more needs to be done. lets not be complacent, there are some fantastic examples of therapies targeting specific genetic anomalies novartis glivec (imatinib) to name but one but pharma must do more, particularly around some of the more complex conditions such as alzheimers. to register for the meeting, go to www.plus-91.com"

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The Best Advice You Received From Highly Succes... [Published CEOWorld Magazine - Mar 18 2014]
Hearing held to break Heroin & Opioid Addiction [Published My Champlain Valley - Mar 18 2014]
Where next for the human genome? [Published Pharma Times - Mar 07 2014]
Cloud, Schmoud—To Really Succeed, Web Companies... [Published ReadWriteWeb - Mar 06 2014]
Kraus wins geography bee [Published Wilkes-Barre Times Leader - Jan 25 2014]
Connected big-rigs: Google-backed KeepTruckin u... [Published Venturebeat - Dec 11 2013]
How I learned to stop worrying and love the Int... [Published Venturebeat - Nov 06 2013]
GEORGE BELL: How I Went From Making Documentari... [Published Clusterstock - Oct 29 2013]
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Cloud, Schmoud—To Really Succeed, Web Companies... [Published ReadWriteWeb - Mar 06 2014]
Nearly 10 years ago Excite and Jotspot founder Joe Kraus exulted : "There’s never been a better time to be an entrepreneur because it’s never been cheaper to be one." Powerful open-source software running on cheap, commodity hardware meant that entrepreneurs ...
Connected big-rigs: Google-backed KeepTruckin u... [Published Venturebeat - Dec 11 2013]
IM_photo / Shutterstock Shoaib Makani, a former venture capitalist at Khosla Ventures, spends a lot of time at truck stops these days. But he’s not there for the luxurious amenities, as convenient as a laundry machine next to McDonald’s may be. It’s ...
How I learned to stop worrying and love the Int... [Published Venturebeat - Nov 06 2013]
photocritica/Shutterstockl Internet cafes helped spread the love of tech far and wide. Nov. 12 - 13, 2013 San Francisco, CA Tickets On Sale Now Lately, there’s been an undercurrent of criticism against the web, and not just the web itself, ...
GEORGE BELL: How I Went From Making Documentari... [Published Clusterstock - Oct 29 2013]
George Bell has major startup cred — he just sold Jumptap to Millennial Media. Before that, he was CEO of Excite, and took the company public. However, his career started in travel documentaries, chasing down reclusive tribes in Africa and looking ...
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