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Starting an online business might seem like a quick and easy way to make a few bucks, but there's more to it than plugging photos into a designer web template. The National Retail Federation expects online
At the age of 21, Patrick Barnhill started Specialist ID, an e-commerce business, because he wanted to "sell while you sleep." In 2015, his company was named the eighth-fastest growing company in Miami
It feels like there’s been an explosion in Chief [fill in the blank] Officer roles: CAOs, CBOs, CCOs, and so on, proliferate in the leadership pages of corporate websites, these days. My own profession
There was no greater war leader and strategist than Chinese military general Sun Tzu. His philosophy on how to be a great leader and ensure you win in work, management, and life is summed up in these pieces
I recently had the chance to interview Sunita Kaur, Director of Asia for Spotify (full interview coming soon) and I walked away convinced more than ever that the future of everything is mobile. The day
The list of the world’s biggest banks is out and China is on top. The biggest bank in the world today is Industrial and Commercial Bank of China with $3.062 trillion in assets, according to SNL Financial.
I am reluctant to write about the Philippines’ economic bubble after the devastation that the country has endured due to the recent typhoon. My heart goes out to all of the victims and their families.
Thailand is part of the overall emerging markets bubble that I have been warning about in recent years, along with Indonesia, Malaysia and other Southeast Asian countries. The emerging markets bubble in
(Correction: this report originally cited Robert Prior-Wandesforde of Credit Suisse for reporting that Malaysian housing prices were rising “30 to 40 percent annually in property prices, with some areas
Since the Global Financial Crisis, Southeast Asia has been one of the world’s few bright spots for economic growth and investment returns. With its relatively young population of 600 million and its growing
There must be an unwritten rule in the shadowy world of central banking that demands that dangerous, society-threatening economic bubbles must be denied and covered up at all costs. I’ve experienced this
In 2007, Iceland was celebrated for attaining the world’s highest standard of living according to the U.N.’s annual Human Development Index report. In less than a generation, the tiny North Atlantic island
Sony has wisely marketed its PlayStation 4 as a system designed with the “core gamer” audience in mind. The PS4 has social apps, video streaming, and all the other bells and whistles the competition has,
We’re all fascinated by new ideas and how they can grab hold of us, influencing how we think and affecting how we take action. How does Atul Gawande (the checklist doctor) get inside my head, when others
Brian Layer, Brigadier General, United States Army (Retired) knows a few things about leadership. Brian is a West Point graduate who also holds three masters degrees. He twice commanded a brigade in Iraq,
by Daina Middleton Today’s marketer’s challenges are complex and ever-changing. After spending 20 years in marketing and reflecting on my education and the state of the industry today, I’m not sure today’s
We’re moving from an era when inventions paid off to an era when copying and theft makes more money. I ran into Todd Bradley from Hewlett-Packard at Brainstorm last week. He, perhaps alone among the many
The week witnessed a wonderful juxtaposition: the indictment for insider trading of one of the most successful ever hedge funds, SAC Capital, while retail investors returned to stock markets in droves