Innuendo 15_2015: Interview with Dan Meisner, Head of Open Data at Thompson & Reuters

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In this last edition for 2015 of Innuendo I had the pleasure and privilege of chatting with Dan Meisner, head of Open Data at the famous Thompson & Reuters agency. By no means an easy road, the way to this position in the prestigious company makes for an inspiring and captivating life story, from the college days at „the Northwestern“ in Illinois, through the trading and hedge funds days shortly before and during the financial collapse of 2008, to marriage, children and a pretty positive and open attitude towards the challenges yet to come. We were accompanied musically by the likes of Don Covay (What’s in the headlines), Peggy Lee with her „Winter weather“, as well as Syd Matters‘ „Obstacles“ (from the PC game „Life is strange“) and Skeeter Davis with „The end of the world“.

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