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TAG Heuer headed off digital disruption by embracing the connected watch, even though it made the company dependent on Silicon Valley. A new case study looks at the development of the Carrera luxury watch.
In collaboration with EY
European private equity exits hit a record 84 billion euros in 2014 due to receptive public markets and increased corporate M&A, an EY study shows.
A Brexit will disrupt trade and hurt businesses both in the U.K. and the EU at a time when Europe needs investments and jobs, according to Wharton experts.
Calls grew louder for stronger international cooperation to fight terrorism and tighten security measures after Tuesday’s attacks in the Belgian capital of Brussels.
The U.K.’s Brexit referendum in June could have serious but not likely calamitous economic effects on the nation over the long term. The bigger worry, as was the case with[…]
When many top record executives turned the Beatles away, George Martin, a manager for an obscure record label, decided to sign the group. This opinion piece looks at how going[…]
Does the European Union (EU) offer any lessons to the ASEAN members as they explore closer economic integration? In this opinion piece, Rolf J. Langhammer, a professor at the Kiel[…]
Offshoring, reshoring, nearshoring -- manufacturing around the world is undergoing some seismic location shifts, and for reasons that may surprise you.
European banks haven’t recovered as well as U.S. banks from the financial crisis. Investors have sold off shares as banks face tighter margins and an ongoing slowdown.
India’s ambitious plan to build 100 smart cities could face formidable challenges, some of which are unique to the country, experts said at the recent “One Globe: Uniting Knowledge Communities”[…]