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Data Buzz: The Most Caffeinated Cities in the US

According to a survey by Zagat, 87% of Americans consume at least one cup of coffee each day; 68% purchase their coffee from a store (as opposed to making their own at home or work)1. So it’s no surprise that there are around 100,000 coffee establishments in the country today. Using Factual’s Global Places, we took...

Changes in our Global Places Data – Q1 2015

The global business landscape is not static. Places open, close, move, shift ownership, update their names, and change in all other manner of ways every day. So, we put in a great deal of effort to continually ensure that the Global Places data we provide is the most accurate snapshot of the real world. Below is...

Changes in our Global Places Data – Q4 2014

Place data, like most things, has an expiration date. Go too long without picking a fresh crop, and you end up with something stale an unpalatable— or in many of our partners’ cases, even unusable. This is why we work tirelessly to refresh and improve Global Places all the time. We clean out listings for places...

Changes in our Global Places Data – Q3 2014

We know it’s important to our customers that Factual data is always the best possible representation of places in the physical world. To keep up with the ceaselessly changing environment of businesses around the globe, we are always refreshing and improving our data — stripping out old listings that have gone out of businesses, adding new...

Hacking It Out: Factual At Pennapps

This past weekend, I had the privilege of returning to my alma mater, the University of Pennsylvania, for the tenth installment of PennApps. PennApps is one of the country’s largest student-run hackathons— an event where students gather from around the world to spend thirty six hours coding and building new products from scratch. Partnered with Andreessen...