Mike's Industry View - Issue #101
For the first time, the global technology giant plans to deploy its Watson AI platform to analyse the emotions of players on court.
Bird CEO Explains Why His Scooter Startup Needed $300 Million — www.bloomberg.com As word spread that an electric scooter rental company called Bird Rides Inc. was amassing $300 million from investors just months after its first birthday, one question has plagued onlookers in and outside Silicon Valley: Why?
Open Twitter during Cannes week and you will see half the industry there, gleefully beating itself to death in full view of its clients. Data, apparently, is to blame.
The Leader’s Calendar — hbr.org Chief executives have tremendous resources at their disposal, but they face an acute scarcity in one critical area: time. Drawing on an in-depth 12-year study, this package examines the unique time management challenges of CEOs and the best strategies for conquering them.
Recipe for disaster: when food festivals go wrong From pizza festivals without ovens to cheese fests missing camembert, these millennial-friendly events struggle to deliver the value for money their audience craves
The London Underground is hot. But nowhere is hotter than the Central line, which is routinely so hot that it exceeds the EU limit at which it is legal to transport cows, sheep and pigs.
Verizon Officially Shutting Down Go90 Mobile Video Service in July — variety.com Verizon's Go90 free, ad-supported mobile video service -- after failing to gain a sizable viewing audience -- will cease on July 31.
Instagram’s future growth depends on the developing world, so it’s built a version of its app just for them. Instagram Lite is 1/55th the size of Instagram’s 32 megabyte main app.
Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat are all looking to take video away from YouTube. The problem is every new feature launched is a clone nabbed from a rival.