It's 2015, people, time to really put some thought into that Father's Day gift. Sure, another tie is great, but some dads no longer wear ties to work. Instead, they carry mobile phones and chargers and listen to music on the go and yes, they even help out around the house.
To predict the future, it helps to examine one key leading indicator of tech investment: patent activity.
Watch the consumer. Always keep an eye on how she is changing. That's the advice on how to thrive and survive in the media business from a veteran and a luminary who has shepherded TV networks, designer goods e-commerce sites and now a venture fund.
More than most people, Keith Reinhard knows that persistence pays off.
To create an innovative culture and climate, managers need to make sure that all employees know that innovation is a job requirement. It should be woven into the fabric of the business and given a prominent place in job descriptions, procedures and performance evaluations.
Why so much activity stirring around the boundaries of gender? And why now? As cultural insight mavens, we see something fundamental taking place. Some people are calling it the Fourth Wave of feminism. Fed up with everyday sexism and forged by other forms of activism, women are empowered by social media and other communications technologies.
A change of this magnitude will create the need for more programs, services, health care and other opportunities. Specifically, Koplovitz expects the delivery of health care services online will blossom.
When Martin Sorrell bought in to WPP in 1985, it was the start of a journey that would end up making the world's largest advertising holding group. What most people probably don't know, however, is that, along the way, Sorrell nearly made a very costly mistake.
Interpublic Group CEO Michael I. Roth took an unusual path to the top of the ad industry. He was a tax attorney and then an insurance executive and was running Mutual of New York before he came to IPG in 2005.
Perhaps I will not break any new ground here, and, certainly, who cares what I think -- some writer/filmmaker who clearly has too much imagination and no sense of reality.
By releasing the software to members of the public, Skype may have done some serious damage to their reputation, regardless of the advances they have made in translation technology and the years of research spent on it. They will have to work quickly before the service is released beyond the preview stage if they want to outshine Google.
In his career, Tom Rogers has overseen countless TV channels, hundreds magazines and thousands of websites. Now he just wants to run one channel -...
Investors need information about political spending so that they can make informed decisions. Political activity creates risk for companies, as Target discovered in 2010 when it saw boycotts in response to political spending in favor of a gubernatorial candidate who opposed same-sex marriage.
Back to the main topic, I want to answer this question in two parts. First part I will talk about how to quickly implement the exact same capabilities in any app. In the second part, I will go a bit deeper to describe the technology itself.
BBG Ventures, a New York-based, early stage venture capital firm, backed with $10 million from AOL, that invests in women-lead tech start-ups, has...
Pencils of Promise (PoP) is a passionate for-purpose organization that delivers quality education to impoverished children. They've built over 300 schools and impacted over 340,000 lives all while pioneering the for-purpose driven organization.