We wake up everyday focused on finding new ways to get you the information you need to get ahead. Today, we launched Research Topics—a tool to help you research companies, people and technologies via The Information articles and data.
Our goal for this feature is to reveal non-apparent connections among data to inform you in new ways.
You can see a list of the most mentioned companies and people and search for anything you want to learn more about. We also surface the other companies a company is frequently mentioned with. Uber, for instance, is frequently mentioned with Google, Airbnb, Lyft and Amazon.
In the future, we’ll add more data for each company along with the ability to search for specific technologies.
You can find the feature by clicking “Research Topics” on the top right of theinformation.com. A subset of the features are available on mobile, by searching in the banner or selecting Search off the side menu.
We’ve been making other changes behind the hood. You no longer have to enter your username and password when clicking through to a full story from an email. (We know, we like this one too.) And in the coming days, we’ll be adding new interactive charts.