Europe’s largest online fashion retailer, Zalando, started in 2008 as a European copycat of Amazon and Zappos.com. It’s market leader position is under pressure – Can machine learning enable the company to stay ahead?
Airbus needs to achieve one of its steepest production increases since World War II to keep abreast with surging demand. Its answer: revolutionize the industry through digitization.
A 210-room hotel required in New York? No problem, we can ship that to you: Digitalization of the real estate and lodging supply chain in the form of modular construction is allowing companies such as CitizenM to react more quickly to changes in global demand with hotel delivery inspired by the "just-in-time" philosophy.
How can Oxford University maintain its global influence after the Brexit vote?
How Europe’s biggest media house adapted to the digital age and created a digital classifieds success story
The Russian state-owned energy company is positioned to respond to global efforts to address climate change.
Aircraft manufacturers such as the European conglomerate Airbus have been very vocal about the “unfair” pressure that they are facing from environmental activists and organizations to reduce GHG emissions and drive greener innovation. But the aviation industry might not only be facing reputational issues: climate change could ultimately challenge their profitability and alter their whole business model.
“We should stop eating Nutella, for example, because it’s made with palm oil.” – French Minister of Ecology, Ségolène Royal. Is Minister Royal’s call to boycott Nutella fair?
The steel industry has been trying to cut down its Carbon Dioxide emissions for some time now. Can Arcelor Mittal, the world’s largest steel producer, lower its emissions further and reduce its carbon footprint?
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