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As companies lose confidence in ROI and other data they’re getting, big tech firms and established marketers look for ways to regain trust.
Video games may have a place in the workplace.
Smart firms take their office art seriously. How they match it up to their own business.
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A closer look at labs that are quietly brewing the next big ideas.
In an emergency, you need to go to your mental balcony and see the whole situation.
Take charge of your career. Be more proactive in the boss-employee relationship.
Though he denies causing it, Angelo Mozilo is forever linked with last decade’s mortgage meltdown.
You could make a case that the chemical industry of the 1950s was as innovative, if not more so, than the tech sector is now.
Even major political turmoil no longer seems to affect most countries’ economies.
Except during holidays, even the C-suite tends to ignore a critical link in operations. Will tariff wars and tech disruptions change that?
As non-superpowers build up their firepower, defense firms face the tough task of finding and training local experts.
The Asian country has poured billions into Brazilian businesses but finds it needs some Brazilian know-how to run them.
Workplace communication is deteriorating. Are open floor plans and instant messaging to blame?
It has faltered there before, but start-up fever appears to have finally hit this nation of 1.3 billion.
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