The K@W Network:
Richard A. Sapp Professor
Professor of Management
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.
With a population of less than 900,000, Stockholm has given birth to prolific global tech brands like Skype, Spotify, Minecraft and Candy Crush Saga, making the Swedish capital a hotbed[…]
Apple's introduction of ad-blocking technology into its latest operating system has raised concerns that the economic model that advertisers and publishers have relied on for years will be upended.
One of Europe's biggest technology companies has made a name for itself by adapting business models from successful U.S.-based e-commerce firms and launching them in other countries quickly and efficiently.
In the throes of a midlife crisis, Microsoft, which turned 40 this year, is making its boldest moves yet to prevent itself from fading into technological irrelevance.