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IKEA is making a huge change by renting out furniture— and it's a prime example of the kind of thinking more companies need
For so many years, IKEA has seemed unrelenting in its domination among home furnishing retailers. However, even the Swedish giant, known for such items as the Billy bookcase and Malm bed, is not immune
When Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport remodeled a terminal, it didn’t buy light bulbs; instead, the company signed a contract for “light as a service” from Signify, the company formerly known as Philips Lighting.
There was a time when watching a David Attenborough wildlife documentary was an unalloyed pleasure. Today it’s a little different. The stunning images continue to delight, but the context has changed.