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daily 07/10/2016

    • “Black Lives Matter, as far as I’m concerned, is a radical hate group,” Allen said. “For that purpose alone I think the leadership of this country needs to look a little bit harder at that particular group. The consequences of what we saw in Dallas is due to their efforts.”
    • In one very important respect, Arizona was a better fit for Theranos than California. The company’s biggest achievements were in sales, marketing, and deregulation—rather than in medical technology.
    • allowing Arizonans to request any blood test without a doctor’s note. In this, Holmes liked to say that Arizona was a model for the rest of the nation.
    • Transforming blood tests into an over-the-counter consumer product could lead to a lot more blood tests, though. According to a
    • Even if it now employs run-of-the-mill needle technology, though, Theranos offers a much larger menu of tests, and at much lower prices, than the competition.
    • That no-regulation approach to blood-testing, one driven by consumers and testing companies rather than doctors—more than Theranos’ mythical Edison machine—that is the company’s legacy. And if Theranos survives, it will be on the strength of that model, which is more of an Arizona-style innovation than a California one.
    • You want to search for promising industries that your reps should focus on to sell  tablets. You have a question in mind: Which industry has the most open tablet deals?
      • The initial exploration state is similar on mobile and desktop: The count of rows doesn’t have  grouping or filtering applied. But the way you change the query is different. Tap Explore button to access the four basic actions.

           

        • Measure (to create an aggregation)
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        • Group
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        • Filter
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        • View (to change the visualization)

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