Wednesday, 20 September 2017

Europe’s No. 2 Steelmaker: Thyssenkrupp and Tata Sign Deal

Thyssenkrupp AG and Tata Steel Ltd. reached a tentative deal to merge their European steel businesses in a bid to create the region’s second-largest producer and tackle overcapacity in the industry.
The German and Indian companies have signed a memorandum of understanding for the joint venture to be named Thyssenkrupp Tata Steel, which will be equally owned by both parties, they said Wednesday. The transaction is expected to be finalized at the beginning of next year and will require the approval of the European Union.


The two foresee annual synergies of 400 million euros ($480 million) to 600 million euros and the venture will be closer in size to Europe’s top producer, ArcelorMittal. Savings will be made in areas including capacity utilization, sales and administration and research and development. The companies flagged the possible loss of as many as 4,000 jobs, from a newly combined workforce of about 48,000.

Thyssenkrupp and Tata have been in tie-up talks for more than a year to drive the latest wave of consolidation as steelmakers seek ways to counter overcapacity and cut costs. While prices have recovered since early last year, the industry still faces a global glut caused by large Chinese exports and too much capacity around the world. Benchmark prices in Europe are about half the level they were in 2008, according to Metal Bulletin Ltd.

Stock Climbs for Thyssenkrupp


"We have always clearly stated that we believe in consolidation as the best solution for steel," Thyssenkrupp Chief Financial Officer Guido Kerkhoff told Bloomberg TV. “Now we’re taking another step in this journey to merge into an even bigger entity: Thyssenkrupp Tata Steel. The clear number two -- a clear number two that we want to form.”

Shares of Thyssenkrupp jumped as much as 5.3 percent, the most since February, and were up 3.5 percent as of 11:49 a.m. in Frankfurt. Tata Steel added 1.7 percent in Mumbai.


The venture would have a pro-forma revenue of about 15 billion euros annually and shipments of about 21 million metric tons of flat steel products, the companies said. No cash would change hands under the proposed combination. ArcelorMittal, which is currently in the process of buying Europe’s largest steel plant in Italy, has the capacity to make about 60 million tons a year.

“It’s clear that there are now two very sizable players being owned by two steel producers that are regarded as disciplined and professional,” said Ingo Schachel, an analyst at Commerzbank AG. “That should be useful for the European pricing environment.”
Investors have mostly welcomed the prospect of Thyssenkrupp finding a partner for its cyclical and capital-intensive steel operations. Still, Chief Executive Officer Heinrich Hiesinger, who is working to transform Germany’s top steelmaker into a more diversified industrial group, has faced some opposition from activists and unions. For Tata Steel, the move would let it focus more on its Indian market, where it plans to grow aggressively.
“Thyssenkrupp’s medium-term goal is to completely spin-out steel operations, leaving Thyssenkrupp as a near pure-play cap goods business,” said Seth Rosenfeld, an analyst at Jefferies International. “Today’s proposed merger structure is attractively ‘IPO-able’ in our view.”

The deal involves combining Tata’s plants in the Netherlands and U.K. with Thyssenkrupp’s German assets. The venture will be based in the Netherlands.


Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte called the deal “good news” in a Twitter post. “This strengthens the leading role of Tata Steel Ijmuiden as one of the most efficient and sustainable steel plants in the world,” he said.
Activist investor Cevian Capital AB may oppose the venture and instead favor a breakup of the German engineering company, people familiar with the matter said last week. Labor representatives, who have half of the seats on Thyssenkrupp’s supervisory board, have also expressed concern over job losses.
Tata Steel cleared a hurdle for the venture after a U.K. regulator approved a deal to solve a long-running pension standoff, which Thyssenkrupp CEO Hiesinger had said was potentially a major stumbling block to the combination.
Thyssenkrupp’s largest shareholder backed the planned combination.
"The Alfried Krupp von Bohlen and Halbach Foundation welcomes the planned cooperation between Thyssenkrupp AG and Tata, which has as its goal the long-term preservation and independent continuation of the company," the foundation, which owns more than 23 percent, said in a statement.

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(Source: Bloomberg)

Monday, 14 August 2017

5 ways Big Data can be used by Healthcare Industry


Big Data has rapidly made its way into a wide range of industries. Healthcare is ripe for big data initiatives—as one of the largest and most complex industries in the United States, there is an incredible number of potential applications for predictive analytics. While some healthcare organizations have begun to see the value in using big data, the industry as a whole has been very slow to adopt big data initiatives for a number of reasons. Here are just 5 of the many ways healthcare could use big data—and why they’re not leveraging it to its greatest potential.

PREVENTING MEDICATION ERRORS

Medication errors are a serious problem in healthcare organizations. Because humans will always make the occasional error (even something as simple as choosing the wrong medication in a pull-down menu), patients sometimes end up with the wrong medication—which could cause harm or even death. Big data can help reduce these error rates dramatically by analyzing the patient’s records with all medications prescribed, and flagging anything that seems out of place. MedAware, an Israeli startup has already developed this type of software, with encouraging results. Records for 747,985 patients were analyzed in a clinical study, and from those, 15,693 were flagged. From a sample of 300, about 75% of these alerts were validated, showing that the software could be an important tool for physicians, potentially saving the industry up to $21 billion per year.
Unfortunately, as with many big data initiatives in healthcare, there are some roadblocks to widespread adoption. Due to the age of many healthcare IT systems, implementation of these devices can be slow to catch on. Additionally, healthcare data is very sensitive, and organizations have to be very careful about security and compliance with federal regulations.

IDENTIFYING HIGH-RISK PATIENTS

Many healthcare systems have to contend with high rates of patients repeatedly using the emergency department, which drives up healthcare costs and does not lead to better care or outcomes for these patients. Using predictive analytics, some hospitals have been able to reduce the number of ER visits by identifying high-risk patients and offering customized, patient-centric care.
Currently, one of the major hurdles to overcome in identifying high-risk patients is lack of data. Overall, there are simply too few data points, making it near impossible to get an accurate picture of the real risks, as well as the reasons for these risks.

REDUCING HOSPITAL COSTS AND WAIT TIMES

As with many other industries, there is enormous potential for cutting costs with big data in healthcare. There’s also an opportunity to reduce wait times—something that costs everyone money. One hospital in Paris is using predictive analytics to assist with staffing. By predicting admission rates over the next two weeks, the hospital can then allocate staff based on those numbers. There are so many ways hospitals could cut costs using predictive analytics, but few organizations have done so yet.
Hospital budgets are complex, and though the ROI (return on investment) potential is high, some organizations are simply not ready to invest in big data. They may be replacing old equipment with new cutting-edge technology or allocating money elsewhere, despite the fact that they could save millions.

PREVENTING SECURITY BREACHES & FRAUD

According to one study, the healthcare industry is 200% more likely to experience a data breach than other industries, simply because the personal data is so valuable. With this in mind, some organizations have used big data to help prevent fraud and security threats. For example, The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services were able to prevent a staggering $210.7 million in fraud in just one year using big data analytics.
Unfortunately, in addition to the preventative benefits of big data, there are also some big security risks. Many organizations are wary of making themselves more vulnerable than they already are, which understandable considering federal patient information regulations is.

ENHANCING PATIENT ENGAGEMENT & OUTCOMES

Consumer interest in devices that monitor steps taken, hours slept, heart rate, and other data on a daily basis shows that introducing these devices as a physician aid could help improve patient engagement and outcomes. New wearables can track specific health trends and relay them back to the cloud where they can be monitored by physicians. This can be helpful for everything from asthma to blood pressure, and help patients stay independent and reduce unnecessary doctors’ visits.
These wearables are unfortunately still in their infancy, and complications with insurance, software compatibility, and many other obstacles are currently limiting their usefulness. 

WIDESPREAD USE OF ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORDS (EHR)

Overall, the industry could save as much as $400 billion by properly leveraging big data, yet adoption is frustratingly slow. The good news is that most hospitals have finally switched over to using electronic health records (EHR), which is making it easier for health care professionals easier access to data. That’s a great first step in making implementation easier for big data platforms as there’s a lot more data to work with. However, with the cautious approach many hospitals take to change, and an overwhelming number of possible applications, many administrators are overwhelmed and unsure of where to start. Yet as more healthcare organizations jump on board with big data, these practices will become the norm rather than the exception.

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Wednesday, 9 August 2017

Big Data in the Healthcare & Pharmaceutical Industry: 2017 – 2030 – Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies & Forecasts


New Research estimates that Big Data investments in the healthcare and pharmaceutical industry will account for nearly $4 Billion in 2017 alone. Led by a plethora of business opportunities for healthcare providers, insurers, payers, government agencies, pharmaceutical companies and other stakeholders, these investments are further expected to grow at a CAGR of more than 15% over the next three years.


“Big Data” originally emerged as a term to describe datasets whose size is beyond the ability of traditional databases to capture, store, manage and analyse. However, the scope of the term has significantly expanded over the years. Big Data not only refers to the data itself but also a set of technologies that capture, store, manage and analyse large and variable collections of data, to solve complex problems.

Amid the proliferation of real-time and historical data from sources such as connected devices, web, social media, sensors, log files and transactional applications, Big Data is rapidly gaining traction from a diverse range of vertical sectors. The healthcare and pharmaceutical industry is no exception to this trend, where Big Data has found a host of applications ranging from drug discovery and precision medicine to clinical decision support and population health management.

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Future Roadmap
We expect the market to evolve considerably between 2017 and 2030, as new use cases emerge with the industry's increasing focus on value-based care, proactive patient monitoring, precision medicine and population health management.

Overview & Investment Potential
Big Data and associated analytics enable a plethora of business opportunities for healthcare providers, insurers, payers, government agencies, pharmaceutical companies and other stakeholders, ranging from drug discovery and precision medicine to  clinical decision support and population health management.

What will market research report provide?

The “Big Data in the Healthcare & Pharmaceutical Industry: 2017 – 2030 – Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies & Forecasts” report presents an in-depth assessment of Big Data in the healthcare and pharmaceutical industry including key market drivers, challenges, investment potential, application areas, use cases, future roadmap, value chain, case studies, vendor profiles and strategies. The report also presents market size forecasts for Big Data hardware, software and professional services investments from 2017 through to 2030. The forecasts are segmented for 8 horizontal submarkets, 5 application areas, 36 use cases, 6 regions and 35 countries.


What Segmentation is covered in report?

Market forecasts are provided for each of the following submarkets and their subcategories:

Hardware, Software & Professional Services

- Hardware
- Software
- Professional Services

Horizontal Submarkets
- Storage & Compute Infrastructure
- Networking Infrastructure
- Hadoop & Infrastructure Software
- SQL
- NoSQL
- Analytic Platforms & Applications
- Cloud Platforms
- Professional Services

Application Areas
- Pharmaceutical & Medical Products
- Core Healthcare Operations
- Healthcare Support, Awareness & Disease Prevention
- Health Insurance & Payer Services
- Marketing, Sales & Other Applications

Use Cases
- Drug Discovery, Design & Development
- Medical Product Design & Development
- Clinical Development & Trials
- Precision Medicine & Genomics
- Manufacturing & Supply Chain Management
- Post-Market Surveillance & Pharmacovigilance
- Medical Product Fault Monitoring
- Clinical Decision Support
- Care Coordination & Delivery Management
- CER (Comparative Effectiveness Research) &
Observational Evidence
- Personalized Healthcare & Targeted Treatments
- Data-Driven Preventive Care & Health Interventions
- Surgical Practice & Complex Medical Procedures
- Pathology, Medical Imaging & Other Medical Tests
- Proactive & Remote Patient Monitoring
- Predictive Maintenance of Medical Equipment
- Pharmacy Services
- Self-Care & Lifestyle Support
- Medication Adherence & Management
- Vaccine Development & Promotion
- Population Health Management
- Connected Health Communities & Medical Knowledge Dissemination
- Epidemiology & Disease Surveillance
- Health Policy Decision Making
- Controlling Substance Abuse & Addiction
- Increasing Awareness & Accessible Healthcare
- Health Insurance Claims Processing & Management
- Fraud & Abuse Prevention
- Proactive Patient Engagement
- Accountable & Value-Based Care
- Data-Driven Health Insurance Premiums
- Marketing & Sales
- Administrative & Customer Services
- Finance & Risk Management
- Healthcare Data Monetization
- Other Use Cases

Regional Markets
- Asia Pacific
- Eastern Europe
- Latin & Central America
- Middle East & Africa
- North America
- Western Europe

Country Markets
Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Czech
Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Pakistan, Philippines, Poland, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, UAE, UK, USA

What are key findings of report?

The report has the following key findings:

 - In 2017, Big Data vendors will pocket nearly $4 Billion from hardware, software and professional services revenues in the healthcare and pharmaceutical industry. These investments are further expected to grow at a CAGR of more than 15% over the next three years, eventually accounting for over $5.8 Billion by the end of 2020.

 - Through the use of Big Data technologies, hospitals and other healthcare facilities have been able to achieve cost reductions of more than 10%, improvements in outcomes by as much as 20% for certain conditions, growth in revenue by 30%, and increase in patient access to services by more than 35%.

 - Big Data technologies are playing a pivotal role in accelerating the transition towards accountable and value-based care models, by enabling the continuous collection, consolidation and analysis of clinical and operational data from healthcare facilities and other available data sources.

 - Addressing privacy and security concerns is necessary in order to fully leverage the benefits of Big Data in the healthcare and pharmaceutical industry. Therefore, it is essential for key stakeholders to make significant investments in data encryption and cybersecurity, in addition to adopting defensible de-identification techniques and implementing strict restrictions on data use.

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Sunday, 2 July 2017

Blockchain Fuel Finance Startup

Bitcoin was hailed as the digital currency of a utopian future, but, at least in the US, few people use it. (At Overstock.com, the first major retailer to accept bitcoin, it accounts for less than 0.1 percent of sales.) What is taking off, however, is the tech underlying bitcoin. Called the blockchain, it’s an online ledger for a virtually endless chain of transactions, or “blocks,” stored across a worldwide network of computers. Using cryptography, a blockchain verifies, records, and protects the integrity of those transactions, without answering to a government, bank, or company. Separate from bitcoin, it’s being used to create businesses that look like nothing we’ve seen before.

Augur: Prediction Markets
At Augur people bet on the outcome of events—sports, stock offerings, elections. Because it runs on a blockchain, it spans borders, roping in so many bets that its predictions could be far more accurate than any market in history.

Future: We’ll gain the ability to truly see the future.

Blockchain Capital: Venture Capital
Using a blockchain called Ethereum, this VC firm issued an ICO, or initial coin offering, selling its own digital token to raise money for its latest venture fund. Anyone who owns a token owns a piece of the fund. And because digital tokens are so easily resold, it’s a particularly liquid VC investment. In the past two years, more than 75 entities have raised over $250 million through ICOs.

Future: Anyone can play the VC game.

Numerai: Hedge Funds
Inside this hedge fund, all trades are decided by AI models built by thousands of anonymous data scientists from across the internet. It gets weirder. The data wonks all get digital tokens, and if the fund is successful, the value of the token rises, a dynamic that transforms normally cutthroat traders into eager collaborators.

Future: Hedge funds go from shark tanks to kumbaya show-and-tell sessions.

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Sunday, 25 June 2017

6 Ways the Food Industry is Changing to Appeal to Millennials

There’s no doubt about it: Millennials are a force to be reckoned with. This group now makes up the largest living generation — and they harness an annual spending power topping $200 billion. That’s a lot of people — and a lot of cash!
For the food industry, Millennials represent a challenge and an opportunity because they have different demands from generations before. In particular, they want premium food products with clean labels from companies that are transparent about where the food comes from. They’re also looking for healthy products, authentic brand experiences, and, of course, convenience. 
Here are six examples of ways the food industry is changing to align with Millennial preferences.

Nixing low-fat for full-fat


Millennials want healthy, natural foods that taste good, and they’re willing to spend more for premium products. This trend is clearly illustrated in the comeback of full-fat dairy products.
Full-fat dairy has lost its stigma as being unhealthy. In fact, recent research supports the idea that it’s actually healthier than low-fat. Full-fat dairy is associated with a decreased risk of heart disease and diabetes, a healthier digestive tract, and easier weight loss, among other benefits.
One area where companies are capitalizing on this trend is yogurt. As U.S. sales of low-fat yogurt fall, premium yogurt is taking its place. An example of a brand offering a premium product is Noosa Yoghurt. The Colorado-based yogurt brand offers thick, Australian-style yogurt made with whole milk that results in a creamy and indulgent treat. Koel Thomae, Noosa’s co-founder, says Millennials are the driving market force and “most important to these shoppers are products that have a truly rich, delicious taste and that boast wholesome ingredients.”
Noosa’s flavors also meet Millennials’ demands for adventurous flavors that go beyond blueberry and honey: the company experiments with sweet and unusual flavor profiles like salted caramel and mango sweet chili.

Rebranding for “Instagrammable” appeal


Millennials want products made from quality ingredients — something Van Leeuwen Artisan Ice Cream prides themselves on. But making ice cream by hand with only a handful of ingredients is just part of what draws Millennials to the Brooklyn-based ice cream brand.
The other reason? Their pastel, spring-colored packaging that fills the users’ Instagram feeds from around the United States. And that’s not by mistake: Van Leeuwen recently rebranded with the specific purpose of making their pints “very Instagrammable” — a decision that has increased sales by 50%.

Selling grocery items online


Millennials have been called the “convenience generation.” That’s not meant to be negative — it merely conveys the fact that Millennials want to be able to use technology to get things done, quickly and efficiently, without too much fuss.
Grocery store lines don’t jibe with this convenience mentality, and, more and more, Millennials are looking to avoid the lines altogether. In fact, more than 40% of Millennials say they’d shop for food exclusively online if they could (compared to only 14% of consumers over 50), according to a Maru/Matchbox report.
Online retail giant Amazon is moving quickly to fill this growing need. The company launched AmazonFresh in September 2007, and while the initiative has faced challenges, it’s growing. Meanwhile, Amazon continues to experiment with new online grocery programs. There’s Prime Pantry for non-perishable food and other household goods and Prime Now for groceries, household items, and even restaurant deliveries. Just last month, Amazon opened AmazonFresh Pickup locations throughout Seattle — customers can order online and pick up items within as little as 15 minutes.
Amazon isn’t the only game in town — Kroger and Walmart also offer online grocery shopping. Over the next several years, there will likely be many more players as companies look to secure a share of the expected $100 billion market.

Making plant-based products


Plant-based products currently represent a $5 billion market. And that market is growing quickly. Last year, the growth in plant-based products was roughly double the growth of the food and beverage industry as a whole.
Millennials are a key driver of this trend. Not only are they more likely to embrace vegan and other alternative diets, but even those who don’t choose a completely plant-based diet often still regularly consume plant-based products.
Take, for example, plant-based “milks.” From now until 2020, U.S. dairy milk sales are expected to drop 11%, according to Mintel. As dairy milk sales drop, plant-based “milks” will fill the gap: MarketsandMarkets predicts that the dairy alternatives market will grow 13.2% in the same timeframe.
Riding on the plant-based “milk” train is Elmhurst Milked. Formerly Elmhurst Dairy, the company now sells a line of nut “milks” made from walnuts, cashews, almonds, and hazelnuts. Elmhurst Milked uses only whole, raw ingredients and vows to exclude guar gum, soy lecithin, and gellan gum — three types of thickeners and emulsifiers common in some plant-based “milks.” Their commitment to offering plant-based products without the fillers seems tailor-made for Millennials who want to know exactly what’s in their food.

Taking a stance on clean ingredients


If Chipotle was a person, it would be a Millennial. Opened in 1993, the fast-casual chain built their brand on clean, high-quality ingredients. Back in 2015, Chipotle committed to using only non-GMO ingredients in their food — something Millennials happily pay more for. As part of their Food With Integrity promise, the menu features only “vegetables grown in healthy soil” and pork from pigs that were able to “freely root and roam outdoors or in deeply bedded barns.”
Chipotle has certainly had a few hiccups, namely several high-profile E. coli outbreaks that some linked to where they source ingredients. But the data and the experts disagree, citing improper food safety practices instead. Despite the problems, Millennials keep coming back, which NPD Group’s restaurant industry analyst Bonnie Riggs attributes to “unabashed loyalty or lack of awareness” of the food safety issues.

Offering pre-made meal kits — online and off


Finally, Millennials are also behind the rapidly growing popularity of meal kits. According to Nielsen, one in four U.S. adults has purchased a meal kit and 70% keep buying them after the initial purchase. The generation gap is particularly striking among these consumers: Millennials and Gen Xers are 321% more likely to purchase meal kits than older generations.
Different types of companies are getting in on the meal kit action. Some, like Blue Apron (which recently filed for IPO) and Chef’d, deliver boxes directly to customers’ doors.
Grocery stores are also starting to offer meal kits. Take The Fresh Market, for example. The grocery chain has capitalized on the meal kit trend with Little Big Meal, a $20 kit that includes every ingredient for a fresh meal for up to four people. The Little Big Meal offerings change every week, giving consumers an opportunity to try a range of dishes.
The examples above are only a few ways food manufacturers can stay relevant with the growing Millennial generation.

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Friday, 31 March 2017

Zinc Chloride Batteries Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth and Forecast Report To 2017



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