October 2018: Coming Together

Data and technology, once firmly separate, are increasingly becoming the same function, both in the industry and in the pages of Waters.

Jim Rundle

One of the side benefits of Waters reaching its 25th anniversary has been the number of conversations we’ve had about ways to innovate and reform our coverage, moving forward. The simple fact is that the industry we cover, and have done so for a quarter-century, has changed immeasurably—even over the past few years. The crucible of 2008 and the subsequent regulatory reform that tore down much of the existing order in markets, rebuilding it to be stronger and more resilient, also accelerated an

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