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These are the headlines from some of the web sources that I follow.

  • What Happens When Brick-and-Mortar Gets Rid of the Products?
    Imagine this scene: On the hunt for a new couch, you walk into a furniture retailer. But instead of being surrounded by chairs or loveseats, you see shoppers peering into virtual reality headsets at stations throughout the store. Continue reading...
  • The Panama Papers: What Business Can Learn From Data-Driven Scoops
    Through the Panama Papers released at the beginning of last year, the offshore tax haven activity of the national elites were seen in the full light of day by citizens. Continue reading...
  • How to Fortify Your Network for the IoT Revolution
    As more and more devices gain internet-connectivity, security measures have to change. Experts estimate every person will own about 25 devices connected devices by 2020. Many of these items, such as refrigerators and televisions, will remain in the home. But some of them will make their way to the office. Continue reading...
  • Why It Pays to Focus on Process
    For decades, business surveys and management textbooks identified strategy execution as one of the top challenges facing CEOs.  The problem isn't the quality of management strategies: It is the difficulty carrying them out. Beautiful ideas don't make a customer happy. Continue reading...
  • Could WordPress Have Stopped a 'Feeding Frenzy' by Hackers?
    You can urge WordPress users to keep the platform software up-to-date. But like that proverbial horse and his drink of water, you can't make them do it. Continue reading...
  • The Data Marketers Need Is Hiding in Plain Sight
    Understanding and engaging with today’s customers requires the best possible data.  That means relying less on black box third-party data and harnessing rich first-party data from interactions with customers. Continue reading...


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