Outrage is a leitmotif of our social media conversations. And it is starting to reach a tipping point
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Twitter is not one, but three. It is a protocol, an app, and a media company. And being all the three is doing it no good
Facebook, Google, Amazon and Apple sound old. Investors have their eyes on startups invested into healthcare and personal medicine
This Week: Airbnb vs the hospitality industry, developing a unique perspective, and why Big Tech needs to be disrupted
Businesses, and inventors in technologies, must be held accountable for the impacts their products have on the lives of their customers and on societies. We must ask, why is this to be done? Who will benefit? Who may be harmed by it?
That those in the media are toast is now part of popular opinion. But the fact that an opinion is widely held is no evidence that it is not utterly absurd
Journalists need to be heard to be able to convey truths. But social media has dumbed down public discourse and made it difficult for reflective commentators to be heard
Ever wondered how some influential (and not-so-influential) people and companies get popular on social media for no apparent reason? In a discreet operation, we investigate how.
Family managed businesses run the risk of being run over by their more contemporary counterparts. If they adhere to some ground rules though, they can come up trumps.