J.D. Power III Retrospective / RBDR

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Today on RBDR: The founder of J.D. Power and Associates, J.D. Power III, recently died at age 89. A brief look at highs and lows in his dynamic, game-changing research operation. (RBDR interview with J.D. Power III in 2013: https://youtu.be/Gss8EIDsGLU and https://youtu.be/39QxPXULjcU)

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XIO Group buying J.D. Power. Microsoft suing US Dept of Justice. (RBDR 04.18.2016)

Today on RBDR:

1) XIO Group, a Chinese-controlled firm based in London, is purchasing J.D. Power for $1.1 billion.

2) Microsoft is taking the U.S. Justice Department to court, alleging that its gag orders – that do not allow Microsoft to alert individuals that their personal information is being shared with the government – is unconstitutional.

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NYT, CBS 1st to do non-prob polling; JD Power to enter Auto HOF; Twitter MR tool (RBDR 7/30/2014)

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Today on RBDR: 1) The first major news organizations adopt non-probability sampling sample for polling. YouGov is the sample provider; New York Times & CBS News are the users. 2) J.D. Power III is accepting congratulations for his election to the Automotive Hall of Fame. 3) Twitter is about to launch a research tool that helps brands analyze key words from conversations during a one-week period. 4) RBDR’s report about Canvas Fingerprinting Web tracking proved to have some holes. It is basically only workable on smaller websites and it is blockable.