Social Media Use Among Fortune 500 CEOs Grows

A study sponsored by Domo and CEO.com found 61 percent of Fortune 500 CEOs are not active on any major social network, and could be missing an opportunity to use social platforms to interact with their key audiences. The annual survey, which investigates the social media habits of business leaders, shows that social media usage among this elite group is gradually increasing, as 70 percent of Fortune 500 CEOs weren’t active on social media when the first report was published for 2012....

Report: 61% of Fortune 500 CEOs Have No Social Media Presence

Social integration across all levels of your business is a good idea for many reasons: faster customer service, more active roles from marketers, and a broader social presence overall. As the leader and often the face of the business, CEOs especially should be present on social networks. However, according to a report from software provider Domo and CEO.com, many top executives are still social media shy...  

Most Fortune 500 CEOs still sit on social media sidelines

Despite all the time and energy many companies spend on social media today, the majority of Fortune 500 CEOs ignore the medium entirely. In fact, only 39 percent of Fortune 500 CEOs are active on one or more of the six major social networks, according to a new study from Domo, a business management software provider...

The 20 best unicorn startups to work for, according to their employees

2015 was clearly the year of the unicorn: startups that raised boatloads of venture capital money and were valued by their investors at over $1 billion. It's already looking like 2016 could be the year that many of these unicorns run into trouble, as venture funds are getting tighter and more expensive, and some valuations are already deflating. But other unicorns will continue to soar. To find out which ones seem to be doing well, we went to the insiders: employees, via the employee reviews of their employers they shared on job-hunting site Glassdoor...  

These Are the Big Data Startups That Won 2015

If you think about just how much data is on the web right now, it’s not surprising that Big Data analytics have become the fastest growing segment of the IT industry. After all, they’re designed to unscramble the mess of online data us laypeople have created and rearrange it into something nice, neat, and understandable. Naturally, as the year ends, it’s time to reflect on this year’s major players—startups that have continuously flooded news outlets with announcements of funding rounds, prestigious awards, and just plain awesome technology. That being said, here are five Big Data analytics...

Utah’s Unicorns, How “Silicon Slopes” is Gaining Momentum

It’s snowing this time of year along the Wasatch Front, a patch of connected cities spreading from Ogden to Provo, that some in Utah refer to as the “Silicon Slopes.” But this part of the Rockies isn’t just turning out large amounts of fluffy, white stuff, it also seems to be producing a strong herd of unicorns, or startups worth at least $1 billion on paper. Four of these fabled creatures popped up along the Wasatch this last year, including Omniture founder Josh James’ business intelligence platform Domo. There’s also Pluralsight, Qualtrics and...

NEW UNICORNS: The 42 startups that grew to be worth billions in 2015

2015 was a big year for private market tech companies and their valuations. Uber, already the most valuable private tech company in the world, is rumored to be raising a new round of funding that would value the company around $60 billion. And this year alone, 70 startups became members of the "unicorn club," meaning new rounds of funding valued these companies at $1 billion or higher. 42 of those companies are US based, according to research analytics firm CB Insights. We've rounded those companies up and ranked them from least to most valuable...

Why Domo Is the Most Undervalued Unicorn

In the battle of the unicorns, Domo is the last startup standing. The data management company defeated Airbnb to earn the title of "most undervalued unicorn" in venture capital database CB Insights's first ever unicorn bracket. The online survey pit 64 startups valued at $1 billion or more against each other in a single-elimination contest and asked voters to choose the companies they'd invest in at their current valuation, based on head-to-head competitions between unicorns.

Domo Delivers on Managing Business Performance

Over the last four years Domo, a new brand in cloud-based data and analytics software, has worked to enable its customers to understand, collaborate and act on data to achieve business results. Led by its founder and CEO, Josh James, the company has worked to deliver software that provides both a good user experience and business value. Recently, at its 2015 customer conference Domopalooza, the company presented itself and its products to the general public. I had a chance to meet with company executives, employees and customers and view its products at this high-energy event and entertainment that I have...

These billion-dollar startups more than doubled their value in 2015

There are more than 145 companies worth over a billion dollars in Silicon Valley. Of those, 21 more than doubled their value in the last year. Venture-capital database CB Insights tracked the list of the biggest unicorn valuation increases of the year. "Unicorn" is Valley parlance for a company worth more than a billion dollars. Here's the list of companies that more than doubled their value in the past year, courtesy of CB Insights:  
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