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Kristi Essick

Kristi Essick

Kristi Essick covered technology, business, and venture capital for  over a decade in San Francisco, London and Paris. She has served as a  special correspondent in Paris for the Wall Street Journal Europe, where she wrote a weekly column on the European venture capital scene. Prior to joining the Journal, Kristi was the Paris bureau chief for the Industry Standard, leading coverage of the European startup sector, and covered technology as a senior European correspondent for the IDG News Service.

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Retailers Look to Data From the Edge
02/16/2015 Free Wi-Fi helps stores cater to customer needs.
Fitting Room Robots and Smart Mirrors: Can Retail Tech Save Stores?
11/10/2014 How retailers are using technology to bring shoppers back in store.
American Healthcare: The Startups are Coming
10/13/2014 A look at how startups are attempting to disrupt the huge US healthcare industry.
Closing the Technology Skills Gap: Can E-Learning Save the Day?
07/08/2014 A look at how the e-learning platform may help bridge the education gap for tech jobs in emerging fields.
The Internet of Everything – Four Technologies We'll Actually Use within Three Years
03/26/2014 What IoE technologies are here to stay? Analysts give their top picks.
Would You Wear a Computer?
10/21/2013 Are wearable devices a passing fad, or are they here to stay?
The Great Canadian Smartphone Race
09/23/2013 Why are Canadians taking to the mobile web faster than their southern neighbors?
Get Off of My Cloud: Why CIOs Must Accept and Integrate Personal Clouds into the Enterprise
05/07/2013 A look at how the use of personal cloud services is impacting IT departments and why experts say the trend will only grow.
Re-Inventing the Mall: How Retailers are Bringing Digital Technologies In-Store
11/20/2012 A look at the concepts many retailers are using to bridge the gap between in-store and online shopping.
Online Shopping Tablet Style
10/28/2012 Tablets aren't just for watching movies and reading books anymore - they're becoming popular online shopping tools for consumers who crave the look-and-feel of catalogs, but the convenience of web commerce.
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