H&M is one of the three largest fashion brands in the world, with $23 Billion in sales and over 10,000 stores worldwide. 3 decades ago, H&M and Inditex (Zara) disrupted the fashion industry with a rapid supply chain and […]
How WeChat became China’s most successful ecosystem but failed in foreign markets.
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Fujitsu, which used to be a top mobile phone manufacturer in Japan, reduced its market share rapidly and had to sell its mobile phone business. What made it left behind the technological shift in the industry?
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Despite $600 billion on the line, the U.S. Census Bureau is stuck in the stone age of data collection and analysis.
In the age of rapid cord cutting, how is Comcast thriving?
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How changes in movie-viewing driven by digital technologies have negatively affected theater chains like AMC.
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