Dataminr for News helps the newsroom keep an eye on all of Twitter, alerting journalists to real-time leads for them to investigate further. Journalists don’t have to watch a stream of information - the most actionable Tweets find them, including the ones they don’t know they’re looking for.
Dataminr for News is an enterprise application, with applicability across the newsroom. News Professionals are able to define personalized alerts based upon the user's particular topics of interest and regions of focus. Alerts are delivered automatically via the application, email, instant message and integration into internal systems.
Dataminr for News was developed in partnership with Twitter.
Financial Services professionals use Dataminr for Finance to take action on early market moving information, to gather information from non-traditional sources, and to conduct deeper research from a perspective and timeliness that only Dataminr and our unique data set can provide.
Dataminr for Finance delivers a relevant stream of content to financial professionals based upon their personalized portfolio of tickers, sectors and macro topics. This provides financial users with a new source of alpha, as well as key insights, off-the-radar context and differentiated perspective.
On November 4th, Canadian newspaper The Globe and Mail tweeted an early scoop that Blackberry is abandoning a plan to find a buyer, causing a 20% decline in the company’s stock price.
On July 12th, a Boeing 787 Dreamliner operated by Ethiopian Airlines caught fire while parked and unoccupied at London’s Heathrow airport, leading to a 7.8% decline in stock price.
On September 24th, speculation surfaced that Take-Two Interactive was going to implement micro-transactions in Grand Theft Auto V. The confirmation on September 25th led to a 9% increase in stock price and signaled the gaming industry's move to pay and play.
On December 19th, blogger Brian Krebs broke news of a Black Friday data breach at Target. Target released an official statement confirming the story the next day, leading to a 2% decline in stock price.