- Tired of waiting for 3G Wireless Technology? Try 2.5G
- April 1, 2001 by Richard H.K. VietorItaly has worked hard to modernize its economy, but still lags in reforming labor markets, financial systems, and education. Will the nation push ahead, or hang on to the status quo?
- The Web can deliver the fruits of energy deregulation once consumers and suppliers adjust to new business rules and new technology.
- January 1, 1999 by Simon CaulkinBurn Rate: How I Survived the Gold Rush Year on the Internet by Michael Wolff (256 pages, Simon & Schuster, 1999)
- Disparaged in the developed world, emerging-market conglomerates are here to stay, provided they adapt to their ever-changing environment. If they do adapt, what role are they likely to play?
- January 1, 1998 by David BerrebyComplexity theory is at the forefront of science and math. It is being used to map biological events and forecast earthquakes. Can it be useful in manufacturing? The answer is yes, but ...
- October 1, 1997 by Joel Kurtzman
- Owen Ward is a principal in Strategy&’s energy, chemicals, and utilities practice, and is based in Washington, DC.Related tags: utilities
- Christopher Dann is a retired principal with PwC US.Related tags: utilities
- The Nobel Prize–winning economist parses the roles of emotion, cognition, and perception in the understanding of business risk.
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