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Master Data Eats AI For Breakfast

Global Technology Strategist of Unilever. Unlocking the Power of Data and Analytics via Cloud enabled Smart Digitization of business process

Many have emphasized the need for data for artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) algorithms, and metaphors from “data is the new oil” to “data is the new sun” further exacerbate the dire need for better data. However, one aspect of data that is often not explicitly mentioned in these circumstances is the role of master data and how it fundamentally impacts the quality of data that is driving the ML algorithms.

In the spirit of paying tribute to management guru Peter Drucker, who’s credited with the saying, “culture eats strategy for breakfast,” this article explores:

• Why there is a lack of awareness in enterprises about master data.

• How trusted and clean master data is fundamental for AI/ML algorithms.

• What enterprises should be doing about

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Master P gets into the breakfast business with Uncle P’s Hoody Hoos Cereal

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Master P has always understood the power of supply and demand. During the 1990s, Master P packaged New Orleans-style bounce hip-hop and sold millions through his No Limit records label.

Along with music, Master P has also delved into the business of clothes, sneakers, and food.

On Oct. 2, the serial-entrepreneur revealed that he’s now in the business of cereal. Uncle P’s Hoody Hoos Cereal will be available in stores this fall. The cereal will come in flavors which include Honey Drip, Tropical Fruit & Marshmallow, and Cinnamon Apple.

In a statement to rolling out, Master P shared his thoughts on jumping into the cereal business. “You got milk, we’ve got cereal,” Master P said. “We’re changing the game. The more we make, the more we give.”

According to a report by reportlinker.com titled, “Global Breakfast Cereals Industry,” the breakfast cereal industry is expected to grow by

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Growing J’s Breakfast Club to mark five years in Gary with week of special events | Northwest Indiana Business Headlines

Growing J's Breakfast Club to mark five years in Gary with week of special events

J’s Breakfast Club in Gary is shown.

J’s Breakfast Club started as a carryout restaurant on 11th and Grant streets in Gary five years ago, but the establishment blew up into a popular dining spot that hosted a presidential candidate during the primary and will soon start construction on a new location at 2601 Broadway.

The popular breakfast spot in Gary’s University Park neighborhood, whose menu includes shrimp and grits and chicken and waffles, plans to celebrate its fifth anniversary in the Steel City with a week of events. 

“Our growth and longevity are due to community support,” owner Joslyn Kelly said. “We want to thank them for their loyalty with events and activities that set the stage for the next five years and beyond.”

J’s Breakfast Club will celebrate Random Acts of Love All Day from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, host a WLTH 1370

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3rd Annual Leaders in Life Sciences Breakfast Roundtable Offers Ideas for Leading Life Sciences Businesses Through a Pandemic

PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — A panel of eight distinguished leaders in Life Sciences came together for a virtual breakfast roundtable devoted to leading Life Sciences organizations through these unprecedented times. The event was sponsored by Leaders in Life Sciences, led by Timmy Garde, Chief Innovation Leader, LevLane Advertising, Edward Allera, Shareholder, Buchanan, Ingersoll & Rooney PC, and Thomas Goss, PharmD, Senior Vice President, Boston Healthcare Associates. The theme of the discussion revolved largely around how participants’ Leadership has managed their teams through the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic and the shifts they’ve had to make to adapt to the new landscape.

The event featured executives from all areas of the Life Sciences space including therapeutics, institutional, diagnostics, academics, and policy. Attendees included Al Altomari, Chairman and CEO, Agile Therapeutics; Randy Burkholder, VP, Policy and Research, PhRMA; Natalie Cummins, SVP

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Chicopee breakfast spot Petros Restaurant closes for good: Residents flock to business for last meal

CHICOPEE – As residents streamed into Petros Breakfast & Lunch for a final stack of blueberry pancakes or plate of scrambled eggs, they talked about weekly Sunday breakfasts, a first date and regular meetings with friends at the popular restaurant.

At 11 a.m. Sunday, Petros Mirisis served his last meal at the business he has owned for more than a decade. All morning people filled the restaurant, the outside tables and ordered takeout for their last chance to eat at what many called their favorite breakfast spot.

“It’s sad. It is very sad,” said Matthew Lawrence. “Their food is great. It seems it is the small businesses who do the better breakfasts and lunches.”

Lawrence, whose home sits on the South Hadley and Chicopee line, said his girlfriend works third shift. When she finishes on Sunday morning, the two have made it a habit to head to Petros where he

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