Feb. 16, 2015 9:01 p.m. ET
Every business is a technology business. Whether it’s taxi cabs or taco delivery, today’s enterprises are urgently figuring out ways to manage the growth of information technology and to turn its disruptive potential to their advantage.
Algorithms direct our doctors and instruct our farmers. They will increasingly guide nearly every function in the modern enterprise. This is why it’s likely that your company’s next CEO is currently a CIO, and why valuations for Silicon Valley startups march ever higher.
To reflect these changes, we are today making our own change, retiring the 27-year-old name Marketplace for a new moniker, Business & Tech.
The section will continue to be the place to go for the most comprehensive and best-informed coverage of the business world: from marketing to manufacturing to services and every other non-financial industry sector around the globe.
Business & Tech.
- Challenge of Apple Watch: Defining Its Purpose
- Landmark Rules for Commercial Drones
- At UPS, the Algorithm Is the Driver
- Keywords You Aren’t a Human, You’re a Data Point
But from today, you will also see a greater emphasis on stories that show how companies are using technology, and the opportunities created by this transformation. It will serve also as a complement to WSJD, our digital hub for tech coverage.
Above all, our goal is to serve you, and make The Wall Street Journal an incisive, unflinching guide to understanding your work and your world.
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