Companies tie their flag to a social movement or political moment because they think there's money in it. But if it helps change the world a little, that's fine too.
A new law in California requires women to be on boards. It's the right structural change that's much needed in business.
The age of the independent fashion house is over, the luxury market is now about the big conglomerates.
Avec l’acquisition de la prestigieuse maison italienne, le groupe américain se lance dans le monde du luxe malgré son peu d’expérience en la matière. Un pari risqué, mais essentiel économiquement.
Le fabricant de puces de la Silicon Valley a marqué un fabuleux but contre son camp avec les smartphones. Un autre faux pas de la société avec les voitures autonomes serait synonyme de fin de partie.
Google needs to stop relying on just advertising if it wants to be successful in the next 20 years – but that is proving difficult.
The growing loathing for the white stuff must keep soft drinks execs awake at night.
It's a bold move from outgoing Pepsico CEO Indra Nooyi.
The world's largest financial scandal has toppled a government, threatened a currency, and revealed deeply problematic failings at a buccaneering Swiss bank.
Silicon Valley's chip supplier de choix scored a massive own goal with smartphones. If it has got driverless cars wrong too, it could be goodnight Santa Clara.
Elizabeth Holmes has been charged with 'massive fraud'. She maintains her innocence but what lessons can boards take away from the whole affair?
Que ça vous plaise ou non, la Coupe du monde de la FIFA 2018 a débuté le 14 juin. Et si cette effervescence, loin d’être contre-productive, était bénéfique à l’entreprise ?
The true bane of an organisation is a lack of engagement and job satisfaction among its employees. World Cup mania could actually help.
Across the US and the UK, major brick and mortar retailers are battling the effects of e-commerce – and town centres could be the next casualties.
Amazon is entering the grocery market in a number of ways.
Facebook and Google already face a legal complaint in the wake of the new data protection law, but the most precious data still isn't covered.
The return of the US to the top is driven by its strength in economic performance and infrastructure. But it's mixed results for president Trump.
Organisations are on the losing side, especially those that rely on leveraging personal data to compete. But there will be a net benefit to consumers – and that's a good thing.
Elon Musk 's Tesla has serious production problems.
If you live in a diverse neighbourhood, you're more likely to identify with a whole range of different people – and to lend a helping hand.