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Government accused of misleading parents over schools' success | Education | The Guardian
Government accused of misleading parents over schools' success
Former DfE statistician says often-cited boast of progress relies on ‘flawed’ figures
UK  education  policy  Austerity  Ofsted  LeagueTable  statistics  Tories  Theresa  May  JAM  Conservative  Party  nasty 
july 2018 by asterisk2a
Detroit is kicking Silicon Valley’s ass in the race to build self-driving cars - The Verge
Earlier today, Recode and several other outlets reported that Tesla is now worth more than Ford after delivering a record number of cars for the quarter. This news will no doubt lead to some celebration in Silicon Valley, which has sought to portray itself as the logical successor to Detroit as the capital of American innovation. But new research released today shows that the upstarts on the sunny West Coast — Uber, Google, and Tesla — still have a lot of catching up to do when it comes to outpacing their rivals in chilly Michigan.

That’s the assessment of Navigant Research, which scored 18 companies working on self-driving technology on 10 different criteria related to strategy, manufacturing, and execution. The report then combined all that into an overall score to get a sense of who’s ahead and who’s not. General Motors and Ford are currently leading the pack, with Daimler and Renault-Nissan close behind. Those four companies make up Navigant’s “leader” category. In other words, when you climb into your first self-driving car in 2021, it will almost certainly be built by one of those four companies.
selfdrivingvehicles  automotive  forecast  leaguetable  ranking  GM  Ford  Mercedes  Renault-Nissan  Uber  Volvo  Toyota  Volkswagen  Tesla  NavigantResearch  TheVerge  2017 
april 2017 by inspiral
So much for "the table never lies" – data unravels football's biggest lie of all
“Success can turn luck into genius,” Ankersen says. “You have to treat success with the same degree of scepticism as failure.”
management  success  data  football  leaguetable  analytics 
february 2017 by colm.mcmullan
The Top 25 Brands Doing Great Content Marketing - Datify
So here we go, here’s our list of the top 25 brands doing great content marketing in reverse order!
contentmarketing  ranking  leaguetable  Datify  2016 
june 2016 by inspiral
Who Are the Year's Best-Loved Brands? Hint: Half Are Probably Younger Than You | Adweek
Conventional wisdom holds that it takes decades of hard work for a company to become the most respected in its field. Maybe that’s still true, but consider this: half of the most respected brands in existence have been around fewer than 20 years.

That’s just one of the findings of the YouGov BrandIndex’s best-perceived brands of the year, released today. (You can find profiles of the Top 10 brands and charts of their brand growth in recent years below.)

Not only are the top placers surprisingly youthful companies, but they are—not coincidentally—also media and technology heavies. “New media and technology are dominating the list,” said BrandIndex CEO Ted Marzilli. “Seven out of 10 of these brands are these new media brands and many of them didn’t exist 10 years ago.”
brands  ranking  leaguetable  Walgreens  Lowes  iPhone  Samsung  Apple  CancerTreatmentCentersofAmerica  Google  Youtube  Netflix  Amazon  Yougov  USA  Adweek 
january 2016 by inspiral
Seed-DB
A database of seed accelerators and their companies.
accelerator  startup  leaguetable  ranking  Europe  USA  Seed-DB  utility 
august 2015 by inspiral

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