Corporate executives are exploring the infrastructure needed to make hydrogen a more practical source of renewable energy. We examine companies’ earnings call transcripts to see what they're prioritizing.
We analyzed the earnings transcripts of some of the largest Tier 1 auto suppliers to see how the pandemic is impacting their long-term outlook for connectivity, electrification, and autonomy.
Over a third of the 45 cyber insurance mentions on earnings calls have come from service or IT providers to the insurance industry.
Since October 2015, Credit Suisse has regularly discussed the progress of its cloud migration strategy on earnings calls. J.P. Morgan, on the other hand, mentioned the technology for the first time in April 2019.
More than 10 insurers ranging from Allstate and Progressive to Selective and Erie have mentioned telematics on earnings calls. Here's what they're talking about.
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As organizations transition to the cloud, many are using multiple providers. The growing adoption of multi-cloud management strategies provides businesses with greater flexibility, improved performance, and lower costs.
Nvidia's graphics cards have become essential picks-and-shovels for data centers, gaming, and autonomous vehicles. While cryptocurrency mining is a hyped area for Nvidia's GPU chips, our earnings call transcript tool suggest it's not as important. We take a look at what Nvidia's Q1'18 results mean for the company's strategy.
We analyzed 10 years of earnings transcripts from major auto suppliers to assess how they’re keeping pace with the increasingly connected vehicle.
Tesla has set out to revamp the auto industry since its inception. We take a look at what Tesla’s Q1'18 results mean for the company’s bid to disrupt the traditional auto supply chain.
Small commercial insurance was mentioned over 60 times in Q2'17 – Q3'17, as major P&C insurers eye growth.
We analyzed 10 years of earnings transcripts from some of the largest automakers and found that connectivity remains top of mind for OEMs.
We looked at the data to see which C-suiters are cussing on earnings calls.
Judging by our analysis of earnings call transcripts, there's only one hyped mega-trend out there that corporate execs are worried about and that's AI. Big data's time in the corporate consciousness is ending.
More than Google, Apple, or Facebook, there's one company that CEOs and public company execs are talking about the most. We analyzed earnings call transcripts to identify the new king of technology.