- In tough times, this venerable mail and documents company boosted not only its R&D spending but the creativity of its approach.
- March 31, 2009 by Edward H. BakerMobile phone operators are turning to LTE as the fourth-generation technology to provide inexpensive wireless broadband access for cost-conscious consumers and businesses.
- For broadband service providers — and the Internet in general — “digital confidence” pays off.
- December 9, 2008 by Sheridan PrassoA heightened level of access to Taiwan from mainland China means new opportunities for foreign investors.
- August 26, 2008 by Edward H. BakerBringing personalized service to e-commerce consumers.
- The turbulence of financial markets is reversing the sequence of an optimal planning process.
- August 28, 2006 by David K. HurstOld stories, new jobs, technological hype, and gay leadership.
- August 25, 2004 by Pascal CagniThe E.U.’s growth to 25 countries is forcing multinational managers to recast how they “glocalize.”
- May 19, 2003 by Richard Wilhelm
- May 1, 2002 by Steven WheelerInformation technology is a costly enabler of customer relationship management (CRM). But CRM programs coupled with smart technology and strategy may soon mean the end of the road for mass marketing in the auto industry.
- April 9, 2002 by Steven Wheeler
- Tired of waiting for 3G Wireless Technology? Try 2.5G
- July 1, 2001 by Reggie Van LeeLockheed Martin Corporation, Corporate Executive Vice President for Shared Services
- April 16, 2001 by Van WallachE-Government can be as simple as renewing driver's licenses online, as complex as supporting the growth of high-tech industries. Around the globe, e-Government is changing how public agencies serve citizens.
- Advertising click-through rates have plunged below 1 percent on Internet portals. That means marketers must banish the banner, and brandish the brand.
- January 1, 2001 by Victoria GriffithBest Buy Co. Inc., Executive Vice President, Marketing
- Is Urbanfetch's demise a harbinger of doom for other Web-based delivery services? Maybe not, depending on their willingness to change and investors' willingness to wait.
- October 1, 2000 by Keith Krach
- July 1, 2000 by Jeffrey RothfederIn the E.U., your secrets are sacred. In the U.S., they are for sale. For global marketers, that means trouble.
- July 1, 2000 by Horacio D. Rozanski
- July 1, 2000 by Simon Caulkin
- First came self-managed 401(k)s. Get ready for self-managed medical plans and the multibillion-dollar Internet marketplace they will spawn.
- July 1, 1999 by Jeffrey F. RayportIn the end, an e-business is just another business.
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