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Here’s what you need to know about Palantir, the secretive $20 billion data-analysis company whose work with ICE is dragging Amazon into controv...
Palantir has been facing backlash for providing software to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), which has been targeting undocumented families.
Hear from top execs from Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan, Citi, BNY Mellon, Barclays, and Morgan Stanley as they talk industry transformation on June 10.
Join top execs from Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, Citi, BNY Mellon, Barclays, and Morgan Stanley as they talk finance industry transformation at the NYSE.
The 15-year-old data startup Palantir is holding out to go public in 2020, according to Bloomberg.
An auto exec who was ahead of the curve on electric cars explains what he sees as the biggest opportunity in the self-driving industry
Former GM executive and Fisker Automotive CEO Tony Posawatz has joined the board of startup Renovo, a California-based company.
Palantir could be heading for a huge IPO, but its CEO says it almost went out of business several times because he didn’t know how to pitch to i...
Palantir CEO Alex Karp talks about how in the company's early days, it constantly ran out of money because it didn't know how to talk to investors.
The CEO of the secretive big-data startup Palantir, which is looking to IPO this year, says he finds out about a stopped terrorist attack once a week
Alex Karp, the CEO of Palantir, the big-data startup said to be looking at an IPO this year, spoke about its role in investigating terrorist attacks.
Palantir, the Peter Thiel-backed company that sold big data services to ICE and NYPD, has a CEO who is a ‘self-described socialist’
Palantir is known for sorting data for spy agencies and ICE, but its CEO portrays himself as a socialist rather than a cut-throat neoliberal, according to new report.
Mysterious big data company Palantir is reportedly looking at an IPO — and could see a valuation of $41 billion
Palantir is in talks with Credit Suisse and Morgan Stanley to go public as soon as the second half of 2019, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
By cutting back on treatment costs and the likelihood that prisoners will return to jail, HarrisLogic has saved Dallas County $30 million over the course of four years. The company's analytics can predict who will return to prison within six months with a high degree of accuracy.