Hoffman describes blitzscaling as a form of high-impact entrepreneurship, the kind that generates a lot of jobs and affects other industries.
Amazon announced today that effective November 1st they are raising the minimum wage in the U.S. to $15 per hour. They are also raising the minimum in the U.K similarily.
Despite its importance, a lot of store owners don’t pay enough attention to their product page. Most are happy to just put up a photo and a brief description.
What if going to a store was as easy, or even easier, than shopping online? Zippin intends to bring this concept to all stores by providing a software platform and a technology solution to retailers.
South China Morning Post CEO Gary Liu recently gave a Ted Talk explaining the staggering growth of the Chinese internet and how it is rapidly changing millions of lives for the better.
The European Union is on the prowl again in a likely attempt to win cash and concessions from an American business giant, Amazon.
Steve Stone, former CIO of L Brands and Lowes, recently discussed how retailers can use data to serve their customers better and become incredibly customer centric.
Keith Fitz-Gerald, an experienced trader, and analyst for Money Map Press was asked by Stuart Varney on Fox Business today to explain his rationale for Amazon hitting a $2 trillion valuation before Apple.
We have seen a shift from Google to Amazon. Today over 54% of all the product searches that occur on the entire internet now occur on Amazon.
SnackNation may be focusing on snack delivery now but it’s really building a consumer insights and consumer products delivery platform that can plug in anything.