Infusing a business-oriented rigor into technology is the top driver for Stephen Phillips, chief information officer at Australia-based Transfield Services.
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An EY/EIU survey shows that stronger global economic growth and expectations for more M&A deals in 2014 will likely spur more private equity activity.
Developing new products today involves a chain of daunting new challenges.
The Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, is dramatically changing how small- and mid-sized businesses must handle health care benefits.
Private equity investors are flocking to Brazil in the run-up to the World Cup games this year and the Olympics in 2016.
The Affordable Care Act — or Obamacare — is dramatically changing how small- and mid-sized businesses must handle health care benefits.
Mature middle-market companies may not regain the rapid growth of their start-up years. But they can maintain an entrepreneurial outlook that capitalizes on new growth opportunities.
More and more businesses are discovering the need to adopt a 360-degree “customer-experience management” approach to remain competitive in today’s new marketplace.
A new world of opportunities to extract competitive advantage awaits businesses at the intersection of new digital technologies.
The market opportunity for semiconductor manufacturers is riding on the coattails of the exploding growth of Internet-enabled devices.