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Television advertising must accelerate its evolution to keep pace with all-digital competitors.
Many of China’s businesses prefer their own private cloud rather than subscribing to public cloud services.
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A look at the shifting US healthcare landscape by the numbers.
Young workers bring important skillsets and knowledge to employers.
As margins tighten, operators look for ways to cut costs. But drawing back on operational excellence activities is the wrong move, as it will raise costs over the long term.
The private equity industry faces major challenges in 2015 and beyond, but five building blocks can help firms create value across their portfolios.
Car owners in China’s mega-cities are rethinking the value of car ownership.
As consumers depend more on their networks, network operators have an opportunity to restore the premium value and perception of the service they provide.
The diamond market's rollercoaster trajectory of recent years has moderated, and it's now on a path of steady, sustainable growth.
How leaders prepare and adapt in an impossible to predict world.
How experimental design can improve digital marketing campaigns.
Most companies aspire to be customer-centric, but few succeed. How one company made the shift.
Six steps to root out excess complexity and keep costs from creeping back.
An activist investor is likely to knock on your corporate door some day.
Why most organizations will need to change the way IT works at their companies.
Many companies are evaluating their supply chains after years of growth.
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