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English majors are down percent since the Great Recession, just as world’s top economists say we need more ’storytellers.’ - The Washington Post History Major, History Class, Computer Science Major, Top Colleges, Business And Economics, How To Influence People, Stem Science

The world’s top economists just made the case for why we still need English majors

English majors are down 25.5 percent since the Great Recession, just as world’s top economists say we need more ‘storytellers.’

How did Apple leapfrog Sony to create the iPod, which essentially killed the Walkman? It all came down to the no silo rule.

Why Intelligent Minds Like Elon Musk and Steve Jobs Embrace the "No Silo Rule"

How did Apple leapfrog Sony to create the iPod, which essentially killed the Walkman? It all came down to the no silo rule.

‘Sharing’ was supposed to save us. Instead, it became a Trojan horse for a precarious economic future.

The Sharing Economy Was Always a Scam

Founded in 2014, Omni is a startup that offers users the ability to store and rent their lesser-used stuff in the San Francisco Bay Area and Portland. Backed by roughly $40 million in venture…

From Gillette to Starbucks to Johnson & Johnson, companies love to extol the virtues of their brand, without actually living up to them. Here is what today’s companies could learn from the Quakers, writes Paddle Consulting’s Brian Millar.

“Brand purpose” is a lie

From Gillette to Starbucks to Johnson & Johnson, companies love to extol the virtues of their brand, without actually living up to them. Here is what today’s companies could learn from the Quakers, writes Paddle Consulting’s Brian Millar.

The inside tale of how Nokia lost a market it dominated by Paul Blow Business And Economics, Cyberpunk, Lost, Design Inspiration, Branding, Marketing, Pictures, Fictional Characters, Instagram

Crossed lines in the boardroom

The inside tale of how Nokia lost a market it dominated

From airlines to Starbucks, a massive part of our economy hinges on white-collar workers returning to the office Business And Economics, Remote, Marker, Starbucks, Cities, Illustration, White Collar, Financial Planning, Current Events

Remote Work Is Killing the Hidden Trillion-Dollar Office Economy

From airlines to Starbucks, a massive part of our economy hinges on white-collar workers returning to the office

Exxon’s Humbling Fall From Oil Juggernaut to Mediocre Company

Exxon’s Humbling Fall From Oil Juggernaut to Mediocre Company

The industrial giant missed the shale boom, overspent on projects, and saw its debt rise to $50 billion as its stock plummeted.

 Tagged with china, hong kong, antichinazi, antidictatorship, coronavirus; It’s time for global businesses to admit it: China isn’t a good investment

Opinion | It’s time for global businesses to admit it: China isn’t a good investment

Steady disengagement with China might cost money in the short term, but it will likely pay off big in the long term.

Accenture Sued Over Website Redesign so Bad it Hertz

Accenture sued over website redesign so bad it Hertz: Car hire biz demands $32m+ for 'defective' cyber-revamp

Rental firm fuming after consultancy 'never delivered a functional site or mobile app'

Decades ago, a marketing stunt promised Philippine soda drinkers a chance at a million pesos. But an error at a bottling plant led to 600,000 winners—and to lawsuits, rioting, and even deaths. Business And Economics, Food Science, In Law Suite, Pepsi, Soda, Plant, Marketing, Drink

Number Fever: The Pepsi Contest That Became a Deadly Fiasco

Decades ago, a marketing stunt promised Philippine soda drinkers a chance at a million pesos. But an error at a bottling plant led to 600,000 winners—and to lawsuits, rioting, and even deaths.

A new book by academic Giulia Mensitieri, laying bare the working conditions of stylists and young designers, has sparked controversy. Will it lead to improved conditions for those forced to work for clothes vouchers instead of cash?

Chanel shoes, but no salary: how one woman exposed the scandal of the French fashion industry

A new book by academic Giulia Mensitieri, laying bare the working conditions of stylists and young designers, has sparked controversy. Will it lead to improved conditions for those forced to work for clothes vouchers instead of cash?

The coronavirus pandemic could lead to long-term changes in how businesses operate, their attitudes to risk, and what good leadership looks like.

How the coronavirus pandemic will reshape global business

The coronavirus pandemic could lead to long-term changes in how businesses operate, their attitudes to risk, and what good leadership looks like

Quibi could have succeeded. Here's how. Business And Economics, Short Form, New Shows, Product Launch, Hollywood

Quibi could have succeeded. Here's how

Welcome! I'm Simon Owens and this is my media newsletter. You can subscribe by clicking on this handy little button: It’s rare for a company to become a punchline before it even launches, but then again very few startups receive the kind of pre-launch hype that Quibi had. By the time its app officially debuted in April, it had raised $1.75 billion in investment, a figure almost unheard of for brand new ventures.

Customer chiefs rely on scientists, customer surveys and live streams of the airport experience Customer Survey, Customer Experience, What The Customer Wanted, Newark Liberty International Airport, Vanderbilt University, Business And Economics, Data Collection

What It’s Like to Lead Customer Experience at an Airline During the Pandemic

Customer chiefs rely on scientists, customer surveys and live streams of the airport experience

China increasingly worried about ‘losing face’ as Japan bankrolls exodus of firms

China worried about ‘losing face’ as Japan bankrolls exodus of firms

The coronavirus pandemic has wreaked havoc on global supply chains, and Japan is officially trying to diversify its supply chains and make them more resilient.

 AmoguisSenior Researcher MONEY SENT HOME by Filipino workers abroad slipped for the first time in 10 months and marked the worst performance in

Evidence mounting for remittance collapse as repatriations top 100,000 | BusinessWorld

Evidence mounting for remittance collapse as repatriations top 100,000