Through weather predictability, soil sensor data, drone imaging, and white space connectivity, Microsoft's FarmBeats seeks to use machine learning to increase crop yields and meet food demand that is projected to double by 2050.
How an airline that consumers claim to hate continues to outperform competitors on profit margin and revenue growth
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Walmart’s unrelenting focus on minimizing costs and low-priced items continues to create value for consumers. But how has the world’s largest retailer achieved its success?
The desire to consistently and sustainably provide value to the consumer governs all critical strategic decisions at this US furniture retailer. The result could be the development of the first truly national player the US market has ever seen.
Scale, co-location, pre-production and leading edge processes make CCL the best label manufacturer in the world
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The Cleveland Clinic is doing the impossible in US healthcare, consistently providing world-class quality medical care while lowering costs. Their model will soon affect how you get your care wherever you are.
Southwest Airlines continues to touch the sky in low-cost operations and superior customer service — proving the ability to sustain competitive advantages in the face of fierce industry competition by effectively aligning its operating and business models.