George C. Dimitriou

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E-commerce sales worldwide.

February 22, 2017 By: George Category: Digital World, Economy No Comments →

This infographic, published in The Future of E-Commerce Special Report, reveals the rise of global retail e-commerce sales worldwide. The graphic highlights China’s gigantic online shopping industry as well as worldwide sales by region.
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The United Nations of Dept.

August 09, 2016 By: George Category: Economy No Comments →

Courtesy of: Visual Capitalist

The Greek Vote and the EU Miscalculation.

July 07, 2015 By: George Category: Economy No Comments →

The Greek Vote and the EU Miscalculation is republished with permission of Stratfor.”

The ‘Grexit’ Issue and the Problem of Free Trade.

April 22, 2015 By: George Category: Economy No Comments →

The ‘Grexit’ Issue and the Problem of Free Trade is republished with permission of Stratfor.”

How to Secure Funding for Your Startup.

August 28, 2014 By: George Category: Economy, Innovation No Comments →

Courtesy of: Bplans

You vs. Warren Buffett.

June 30, 2014 By: George Category: Economy No Comments →


Click on the image to open the interactive version. (Source: http://pennystocks.la).

Ph.D. Computer Scientist is a Can’t Miss Science Career.

October 12, 2013 By: George Category: Computing, Digital World, Economy No Comments →

This week, ScienceCareers named “Three Can’t Miss Science Careers,” and Ph.D. computer scientist was on the list along with geoscientist, and physician scientist.

According to the article, “Despite frequently made claims in the national news media, and from university and industry officials, the job market for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics professionals as a whole is not booming.
There are, however, a few bright spots among the gloom, fields in which a degree virtually guarantees solid career prospects. ScienceCareers identified three such fields and explored recent hiring and salary trends.”
The article pointed to CRA’s Taulbee survey, which revealed an unemployment rate of 0.4% for recent computer science Ph.D.s.