On Earth Day, Digital Networks Turning Global Commerce a Brighter Shade of Green

On Earth Day, Digital Networks Turning Global Commerce a Brighter Shade of Green When Earth Day was first celebrated in 1970, its organizers envisioned a future where the nations of the world would band together to protect the environment. At the time, technological advancement was widely associated with the rapid industrialization of the developing world, contributing […]

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Mobile World Congress MWC 2019 “Intelligent Connectivity” And More

Mobile World Congress MWC 2019 “Intelligent Connectivity” And More Every year, the giants and players of the telecommunications industry converge in Barcelona for the Mobile World Congress. The theme for 2019 is “Intelligent Connectivity”. With the rise of AI in smartphones and the use of data science techniques in telecommunications systems, it seems that connectivity is […]

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‘Companies Are Seldom Treated Like This’: How Huawei Fought Back

‘Companies Are Seldom Treated Like This’: How Huawei Fought Back By Rupert Neate A pillar box red electric train connects Paris, Verona and Grenada via Budapest’s Liberty Bridge and on to Heidelberg Castle in a 120-hectare fantasy business park… ‘Companies Are Seldom Treated Like This’: How Huawei Fought Back Research & References of ‘Companies Are Seldom Treated […]

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A Review Of The New Frontiers In Digital Media Entertainment

A Review Of The New Frontiers In Digital Media Entertainment These are interesting times, as we see media companies exploring new forms to entertain us. Digital media is becoming easily available, thanks to the Internet, to distribute content. The progress in hardware and software is allowing more creative ways to create the content and networks […]

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Raising Wages Is the Right Thing to Do, and Doesn’t Have to Be Bad for Your Bottom Line

Raising Wages Is the Right Thing to Do, and Doesn’t Have to Be Bad for Your Bottom Line The “working poor” are a growing problem in America — one that is increasingly embarrassing to the corporate elite. Business leaders who are morally inclined to do the right thing should and can play a stronger role in […]

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Raising Wages Is the Right Thing to Do, and Doesn’t Have to Be Bad for Your Bottom Line

Raising Wages Is the Right Thing to Do, and Doesn’t Have to Be Bad for Your Bottom Line Publication Date: April 18, 2019 CEOs, take note. To download this product after your purchase, simply sign-in to hbr.org and visit the “Purchases” area of your account. Note: Quantity pricing discounts will be reflected at Checkout, prior […]

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The new identity politics

The new identity politics In what is being called “the first known example of a government intentionally using artificial intelligence for racial profiling,” China is using facial recognition technology and its network of surveillance cameras to identify and track Uighurs, a mostly Muslim minority in China’s Xinjiang region. As the New York Times reported, this marks […]

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Is HR the Most Analytics-Driven Function?

Is HR the Most Analytics-Driven Function? Publication Date: April 18, 2019 Surprising results from a survey of 1,500 leaders. To download this product after your purchase, simply sign-in to hbr.org and visit the “Purchases” area of your account. Note: Quantity pricing discounts will be reflected at Checkout, prior to submitting your order. Note: Quantity pricing […]

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