Barneys New York and other retailers have struggled in the age of the internet. But what if they had radically changed instead of continuing with business as usual?
The Internet of Things is here. You may have a smartwatch that monitors your fitness routine or a smart home that allows for remote control of the lighting, security or temperature. But when it comes to business, leveraging the Internet of Things to accomplish specific tasks is no plug-and-play matter.
The Business Roundtable’s blockbuster statement redefining the purpose of a corporation almost reads like an apologia for capitalism.
Despite a government shutdown in early 2019, the IPO market has been fairly strong. Early signs indicate that 2019 could come close to a record last set in 2000, when $97 billion was raised in the dot-com bubble.
Two IPO experts share advice for private equity leaders ahead of going public. They also discuss popular types of IPOs, the trend of direct listings, and why super shares are bad for companies in the long term.
Kathleen Smith, co-founder, Renaissance Capital, talks about how investors uncover and profit from Initial Public Offerings.
Georgette Kiser, a member of the executive team at The Carlyle Group, one of the largest private equity firms in the world, and Kristen Pross, chief product manager at Nasdaq corporate services, talk to Al Dominick, CEO of DirectorCorps, about why the chief information officer is coming to board meetings and what’s exciting them most.
It’s no secret that corporations globally plan to spend a significant amount on digital transformations in the next few years. But how much? And exactly what are they spending money on?
Five years ago, Microsoft Corp. was in a tight spot. It was unable to take the smartphone market from Apple, the cloud sector from Amazon.com or search from Google, according to Nigel Vaz, digital transformation consultant and CEO of Publicis.Sapient. Microsoft seemed to be teetering right as Satya Nadella became CEO in 2014 and began transforming the company.
When Shareholders Aren’t the Only Ones Who Matter: Public Companies Increasingly Say Yes to B Corporations
It’s been more than 10 years since ice cream manufacturer Ben and Jerry’s became a B corp., a label that positions the company as a “force for good.” Becoming a force for good is no easy matter.