Arik Hesseldahl

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Arik Hesseldahl is a veteran technology reporter based in New York with more than 20 years' experience. He was a founding editor at Recode and produced the inaugural Code/Enterprise conference. Before that he wrote for AllThingsD, The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg Businessweek and Forbes. He's contributed to CNBC, NBC News and NPR, and has taught at Columbia University.

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How Domo is humanizing business data and making an impact

How Domo is humanizing business data and making an impact

The Utah-based startup is breaking the tyranny of the spreadsheet.

A stalwart of the early web, Shutterfly rebuilds with the future in mind

A stalwart of the early web, Shutterfly rebuilds with the future in mind

The photo-to-book site founded in 1999 has quietly grown to $1 billion in annual revenue and is embracing APIs in an effort to retool for the future.

At Goldman Sachs, APIs point the way toward a platform future

At Goldman Sachs, APIs point the way toward a platform future

Opening up its 'secret sauce' has Goldman Sachs' peers scratching their heads. Now there's unambiguous research that its plans make a lot of financial sense.

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