From Steve Jobs to cloud computing and AI applied to marketing and health care, John Sculley talks about the past and the future.
People often wonder how they could even live before Amazon or Uber. I want our customers to think the same about Jumia, says founder of the 1st African unicorn.
WeChat will soon distribute its very own apps. With this move, it takes competition from an app-to-app level to an app-to-OS one. / Julien Legrand
An innovative and fast-growing company, Anaplan offers strategic planning solution that clashes with everything that existed until now.
In 2010, a toy drone controlled by smartphone was launched; this success made Parrot one of the leading manufacturers of consumer drones. Three lessons can be drawn from this experience.
The Airbnb community reflects very interesting socio-cultural aspects. Collaborative economy is the warhorse of a sort of cultural avant-garde; but this group will grow.
The cofounder of the company that created the world's first computer-animated feature film lays out a management philosophy for keeping Pixar innovative.
The group has shifted from defining itself as an e-commerce platform into what it now calls an infrastructure for e-commerce.
An interview with Jacquie McNish, author of Losing the Signal: The Untold Story Behind the Extraordinary Rise and Spectacular Fall of BlackBerry.
The beauty of community is that it is bigger than the biggest company in the world, even Foxconn. There are no borders. It is really a worldwide organization.
In 2011, Narayana Murthy relinquished his position as president of Infosys. In this interview, he re-examines the transformations of India and IT business.