In this episode of Looking Ahead, CEO & Co-Founder of Spiral Bank, Paul Melamed, and Executive Vice President of Capgemini, Shankar Krishnan, explore how executives and their boards can devise business strategies that incorporate new technologies.
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?
It can be challenging to be a CISO, or chief information security officer. Few people inside the organization understand what they do, but still place an enormous amount of pressure on them to safeguard the organization.
Welcome to the age of six-figure bonuses and remote work arrangements — for technology employees. The gap between the demand for technology skills and lack of supply is putting pressure on companies to wage raises and retrain existing workers for jobs.
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.
In almost every crisis, it’s not entirely clear whom to blame. But customers and the public are quick to assign blame anyway, complicating efforts to conduct a proper investigation and publish the results.
Facebook has become the perfect example of a company in crisis. It has also changed the way companies approach crisis communications. We take a look at how to respond to crisis in the modern age.
Companies are increasingly staying private for longer, raising ever larger amounts from private equity and venture capital. SoftBank Technology Corp.’s Vision Fund took the lead in an $8 billion backing of Uber in January 2018, a little more than a year before the company’s IPO, valuing the business at $48 billion.
The United States may no longer be the country for entrepreneurs to try out new technology and break things, says Ed Knight, executive vice president and global chief legal and policy officer at Nasdaq. He and Melissa Sawyer, partner at Sullivan & Cromwell, discuss some of the emerging issues in regulation and how regulators are changing their focus.
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.