Remember when “Windows” was ubiquitous with “home computer.” Even though there were a relative handful of holdouts, there was no doubt Microsoft ruled the home computing universe. This was the status quo for decades, as also-rans came and went. Various Windows versions also came and went, but customers didn’t have too much of a choice.
For Jeff Bezos, there’s one aspect of online marketing and sales even more important than the tech he’s developed to turn Amazon into a household name — delivery. If Amazon can take control of that aspect of its business, then the online game changer and industry creator will manage every aspect of its “product to […]
With the future of healthcare being a hot topic of discussion, doctors are embracing the digital age and onboarding new tactics to bring in patients. Doctors Embrace the Digital Age While the importance used to lie in traditional media to highlight a doctor’s practice, patient testimonials and innovative procedures, it comes to no surprise that […]
There was a time when Amazon.com was a punchline. An ONLINE place to buy books? Seriously? There are libraries and bookstores all over the place. Why would ANYONE want to start an online bookstore? That was the conventional wisdom. Which, of course, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos laughed off on his way to rewriting history and […]
Vowing to take his concerns about immigration restrictions directly to the source, entrepreneur and billionaire Elon Musk says he will take his objections straight to President Trump. Is this announcement more bluster and PR theater from a CEO who has proven adept at grabbing headlines, or does the mind behind SpaceX and Tesla really plan […]
Snapchat, similar to tons of other social media tools, is an exciting new alternative for businesses to spread the word in the ever-changing market of today. For starters, using it is quick and easy, and it shows that you’re in the loop when it comes to trendy applications. But beyond that, Snapchat is a neat […]
Xerox spinoff company Conduent touches about two-thirds of American households in some way, but almost no one has ever heard of it. And that’s the plan: keep it anonymous and yet make it the best while doing so. Xerox and Conduent’s chief marketing officer, John Kennedy, has expressed the company’s goal to make Conduent “synonymous […]
The American economy is changing. From a manufacturing economy in the 50s, the economy slowly morphed into a (mostly) consumer economy in the 80s and 90s. Still, despite this market shift, American business was still conducted in person, in traditional brick and mortar businesses and American malls, anchored by familiar brands and larger regional names. […]
They say you’re not supposed to bite the hand that feeds you, but apparently, no one chose to tell Apple that. The computer and mobile giant is suing mobile chip manufacturer Qualcomm for upwards of $1 billion for allegedly committing patent infringement. The kicker, Qualcomm is one of Apple’s biggest parts suppliers.