Cooper Standard: Automotive Hoses Can Be Innovative?

This was the question I had when briefed by Cooper Standard an automotive parts company that is currently growing about 1.5x the automotive parts industry due to its innovative processes and products.

Microsoft To Lay Off Most of Former Nokia Employees

The IT giant announced that it will cut 4700 jobs globally by the end of the year.

Identity Crisis and Poor Leadership Led to Yahoo’s Demise

Former managers trace the downfall to choices made by executive leadership & the board of directors in mid-2000s.

Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer Writes a Moving Letter to Her Employees

Verizon is bought Yahoo for $4.83 billion, marking the end of an era for a company that once defined the internet.

New Fin Tech Systems and How They are Improving Lives

So many things have changed in the financial space over the last few years and new changes are still coming.

Even Apple Makes Millions With Pokemon Go

iPhone users are buying Pokecoins to get additional features in the app.

Rudy Giuliani, BlackBerry Security, IoT Insecurity and the Changed Unsecure World

Traditional methods and approaches to security just aren’t up to the task of protecting us.

Who helps the help desk?

Once upon a time we would have asked, “who shaves the barber?” but times have changed.

5 Great Hacks for Project Managers to Accomplish More by Doing Less

Many people in the field of project management think that doing more and more as time goes on is a fact of life.

Is Bad News for Miners a Blessing for Bitcoin Users?

The value of Bitcoin is always fluctuating, but the latest market movement has sent shockwaves to the very core of the cryptocurrency community.

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