No paintings have come close to the price paid by a telephone bidder for Leonardo Da Vinci’s “Salvador Mundi” at Christies in New York. Composed in the 16th Century, it last changed hands in the 1950s, when it was bought for £45 as it was believed to be a copy. (read more) "Which World Famous Paintings Occupy the World’s “Most Sold for List”?"
For insurers writing policies, it is essential to accurately price risk. Location data is one of the most important types of data used to calculate premiums, especially for home and car policies, where factors like crime rates and nearby threats are key. (read more) "How Location Data Could Result in More Accurate Premiums"