By Dan Christensen
After the small talk with Ukraine’s new president was done, President Trump got down to business. His first ask wasn’t about Joe Biden. It was about access to CrowdStrike’s server that he believed was in Ukraine.
By Francisco Alvarado
As Marco Rubio pushes past Jeb Bush in the polls, Democrats are stepping up attacks on the U.S. Senator, accusing him of breaking Senate ethics rules and federal election laws.
The Republicans have admitted it: They need to get serious about collecting and analyzing voter data.
Well, you can’t get much more serious than talking to Teradata, the “data warehousing” company that helps Wal-Mart, Apple and eBay store massive amounts of information about the behavior of their customers.
Teradata is just one of the major data outfits with which leading Republican strategists are talking in their declared effort to match Barack Obama’s big data campaign tactics, according to one person with knowledge of the strategy discussions.