The rebranding of corporate raiders
They’re the bane of board members and a lifeline for shareholders, yet there has been a rise fall and revival of corporate raiders
Blackberry is alive, but where does it go from here?
Blackberry – once the must have device in business, but now its almost become a dinosaur in the modern-touch screen landscape. How did this happen?
Driverless car manufacturers enter a brave new world
Consumer demand for autonomous vehicles is on the rise, and will only continue to grow. If traditional carmakers want to keep up with Silicon Valley upstarts, they’re going to need to start thinking outside the box
The gig economy and its long-term effects
As more employees turn to self-employment, the rise of the gig economy could have far-reaching effects on the corporate employment model
Asahi prepares for Grolsch and Peroni bid
SABMiller to sell off Grolsch and Peroni as part of $100bn ‘Megabew’ deal with AB InBev
Mary Barra makes history as new GM chairman
The General Motors CEO made history when she was appointed to the position two years ago, and has smashed yet another glass ceiling after being elected as the company’s next chairman
Dalian Wanda sets sights on Hollywood
Chinese property behemoth Dalian Wanda agrees to buy a majority stake in Legendary Entertainment
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