NYT turns on a dime
Zola is disrupting the wedding industry with its gift registry business, without taking on the risk of managing the gifts.
The ‘Gram’s rise to dominance.
NYC cut teen smoking in half from 2001 to 2011, but the innovation of e-cigarettes threatens those gains. The city must act quickly to fight a potentially deadly digital disruption.
How WeChat became China’s most successful ecosystem but failed in foreign markets.
Rapid digitization has created many opportunities but also enabled the rise of cybercrime activity, allowing firms like Palo Alto Networks to create tremendous value for the global economy
Peloton has created their own “fitness as a service” ecosystem that delivers the quality and experience of a boutique studio workout without leaving your home.
Despite starting out slow against Amazon, Walmart is increasingly becoming a “digital winner”, as it builds out a fast-growing ecommerce business and also leads in digital innovations when compared to other brick-and-mortar retailers.
As more data goes digital, the volume and scale of cybercrime continues to increase. Companies and consumers alike should be concerned about modern day “bank robbers.”
Why was Starbucks, a coffee retailer, able to gain more adoption of mobile payments, with 30% of transactions through mobile compared to Apple Pay, which is only used by ~5% of customers?