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Huawei advisor Martin Creaner sees telecom carriers changing business models to become platforms and service providers to over-the-top apps like Skype.
Though the use of motivational games at work is growing in popularity, there is little hard evidence of its effectiveness, according to experts at a Wharton gamification conference.
Apple’s latest quarterly results reveal the gathering threat that cheaper rivals pose to its products. But experts say that slowing growth is, in part, an unavoidable byproduct of Apple’s success.
While the general direction of the grand digital transformation trend is increasingly clear, successful implementation “throughout the organization is far more complex,” says Wharton professor Eric Clemons
Netflix recently announced that it is launching in India as part of its global expansion. The country is potentially one of the company's largest markets. Will a one-size-fits-all strategy work?
Biotech startups backed by corporate venture capitalists are much more likely to be successful at innovating than if they are funded solely by independent VCs, according to new research.
Companies like Uber and Lyft have been criticized recently because of their use of surge pricing. But new Wharton research shows that it actually benefits consumers.
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Former Westfield CMO Beth Ann Kaminkow discussed different facets of digital transformation and the changing role of the CMO.
The U.S. Golf Association is developing technologies to help golf courses cut water bills and make them more self-sustainable.