Posts tagged online magazine
The Fibonacci Factor

Post-financial-crisis, the advances in automation have compelled people to up-skill. The dramatic rise in the number of startups during the same time has forged a symbiotic relationship between the two, thereby enhancing both of them simultaneously.

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Interview with Rob Woollen

Rob Woollen is the current CEO and co-founder of Sigma Computing. After graduating from Princeton University with an engineering degree in computer science, Woollen began working at BEA. Woollen then worked at Salesforce as the CTO for the Salesforce Platform and Work.com, as well as Sr Vice President in product management.

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The Power of Music: Amplified Messages

Though today’s music festivals are not as politically-charged as their predecessors, they have the ability to democratize access to the music industry—and thus to a life-changing platform for social change—like never before.

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The Times, they are a'changin'

Americans have grown tired of watching commercials. But every year, on the first Sunday in February, perhaps paradoxically, millions of viewers turn on their TVs during the Super Bowl—sometimes, just to see the ads.

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Interview with Gary Knell, Chairman of National Geographic Partners

Gary E. Knell, Chairman of National Geographic Partners, speaks to National Geographic’s Free Solo win, his takeaways from leading legacy media companies, and the evolution of National Geographic’s legacy.

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Block by Block: How LEGO came to dominate its market

Despite the notoriety and recognizability of the LEGO brand, in the early 2000s the company was in a state of near-bankruptcy. How did it manage to turn around its business and emerge as one of the world’s leading toy companies?

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The Digitalization of Farming with Dr. Mike Stern of the Climate Corporation

On April 23rd, 2019, Dr. Mike Stern, Head of the Climate Corporation, presented at Princeton University on the digital tools transforming the landscape of farming and the current challenges facing the agriculture industry.

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The Business of Taylor Swift

That means music from just one of Swift’s albums could be nomination in two separate years, keeping her music on the radio and in front of listeners, all the while driving extra press and extra profit.

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Interview with Akos Gabossy CEO and Co-Founder of PanIQ

Akos Gabossy is the CEO and co-founder of the PanIQ Escape Room Franchise. PanIQ Escape Rooms is one of the fastest-growing escape room franchise in the country, with locations in Hollywood, Chicago, New York City, and many more cities. He began his career in entertainment at age 18, and now 15 years later, he has made himself into one of the biggest names in the industry.

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China and the Global Economy: A Conversation with Stephen A. Schwarzman

The rise of China and the implications for the world are immeasurable, a message which reverberated clearly when Stephen A. Schwarzman, Chairman, CEO and Co-founder of Blackstone, and founder of Schwarzman Scholars, spoke during his fireside chat with Business Today.

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The Appeal of Canada Goose

The iconic red circular patch with an insignia of Canada can be seen on many a puffer jacket in the winter - so much so that one might think that it was a common brand item. But actually, the brand is very expensive. So why do people still buy them?

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Interview with Allison Kopf, Founder and CEO of Agrilyst

Allison Kopf is the founder and CEO of Agrilyst, a software platform that aims to facilitate data-driven decision making by greenhouse and indoor farmers, thus improving the efficiency and profitability of the farms.

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