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Carpe Big Data! Drawing Value From Big Data For Marketing | Ebooks | Lattice Engines

Carpe Big Data! Drawing Value From Big Data For Marketing | Ebooks | Lattice Engines | Hennessy | Scoop.it
How are CMOs using Big Data? Is it an opportunity or a hindrance? How does an organization leverage Big Data to its best advantage? In this ebook with Beagle Research, learn best practices and new ideas from five CMOs from fast growing companies.

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Abandoned Ducati Prototype Engines - Motorcyclist Magazine

Abandoned Ducati Prototype Engines  - Motorcyclist Magazine | Hennessy | Scoop.it

Much like Harley-Davidson and Moto Guzzi, Ducati is associated with a single engine design—its signature 90 degree “L-twin.” Save for the V-four-powered MotoGP racebikes, it’s been since the ultra-rare, race-only Supermono single was discontinued in 1995 that the Italian firm has produced anything other than desmodromic-valved V-twins. But this wasn’t always the case. For the three decades prior to 1985, the year Cagiva bought Ducati and decided to focus almost exclusively on the V-twin layout, the company also produced a variety of singles and parallel twins, while the testing department experimented with a wild diversity of engine configurations and designs—most of which have been lost to history and not even displayed in Ducati’s factory museum.

Read more: http://www.motorcyclistonline.com/features/122_1306_abandoned_ducati_prototype_engines/viewall.html#ixzz2TqxAqZLJ


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Vicki Smith for Ducati.net's curator insight, May 20, 2013 1:18 PM

 

Some of the cool motors on display inside the Ducati Corse entrance atrium