Monthly Archives: March 2020

Data is the new oil IV – before this oil war

Yes, we live in “interesting times”.  The oil majors are still the largest industries in the world (measured by revenue) and that’s why we started with ExxonMobil and will add Royal Dutch Shell now. When I choose this subject, I … Continue reading

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Data is the new oil III – large, but shrinking

We are not talking about the largest company in the world at this moment, because that would be Wallmart. Photo by DzeeShah on Pixabay Our selection was about Oil Majors, Tech Giants and large Manufacturers and therefore the choice is … Continue reading

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Data is the new oil II – which order?

It is time to come up with something, but until now I only determined which companies to visualise: four oil majors, four manufacturers and four tech giants. Apple is a manufacturer, but because of its history we will consider it … Continue reading

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