When people think about global supply chains, Facebook probably isn’t the first company that comes to mind. Facebook, however, operates a complex global supply chain, delivering its products to billions of people and collecting trillions of data points every day. […]
Looking to to democratize access to financial markets, Robinhood has disrupted the online brokerage industry with its cool designed, easy to use and free mobile trading platform.
Startup PillPack shows us how drug-dispensing robots and textable pharmacists can provide peace of mind at no extra cost to customers.
For diabetes type 2 patients, the app “Bluestar” has been a revolutionary way to manage daily life, making it a great example of the transformative impact of mobile health.
In an age where startups rise to the top over outdated incumbents, hundred-year-old banks continue to adapt and thrive
FedEx is one of only three enterprises that together deliver 95 percent of all e-commerce orders in the United States. Having as a center of their proposition facilitate the connection of people regardless of their location, their business model has been transformed during the years to enlarge the portfolio of transportation services to include e-commerce and e-business solutions as well.
After losing the latest battle in the video game console war, how can Nintendo utilize new advancements in mobile gaming and augmented reality to remain relevant in a continuously changing gaming industry?
FastPark's sensorial network enables drivers to find free parking spaces using a mobile app, while helping smart cities monitor and manage parking
How a dynamic and data driven new company, Miniluxe, is revolutionising the nail salon industry
The peer-to-peer money transfer app has changed the way we think about cash and how to spend it.