It goes pretty much without saying that some business houses are better than others. There are companies that are able to pull a large number of investors. The moment a big business house releases an Initial Public Offer (IPO), prospective shareholders take the stock exchange by storm in order to get their hands on the company’s shares. The power of name, fame, and money cannot be taken for granted. Name recognition, market share, innovative practices, etc. play their part in making a company formidable. From an investor’s point of view, it is important to keep track of a company’s progress if and when he plans to invest in the company. An investor needs to keep an eye on what the company is doing. Now, investing in a business isn’t the easiest of tasks to undertake. You need dynamic business solutions to survive in a product parity market. 1. Competitive advantage does matter There are companies that sell products at a lower cost. In this way, they are able … [Read more...] about Secret Revealed: How Do Big Businesses Stay Big?
Northern Ireland's biggest business stories of 2018 BelfastTelegraph.co.uk Brexit fears were intensifying in a roller coaster year for retail and manufacturing while hotel numbers grew. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/business/northern-ireland/northern-irelands-biggest-business-stories-of-2018-37655948.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/incoming/article37659566.ece/3351d/AUTOCROP/h342/a-_198_-_Read-Only_.jpg Email Brexit fears were intensifying in a roller coaster year for retail and manufacturing while hotel numbers grew. January: A good start to the year for Bombardier A prolonged US trade case brought against Bombardier by its rival Boeing is resolved in Bombardier's favour, despite the protectionist economic policies of US President Donald Trump. The decision means that potentially crippling tariffs on imports of Bombardier's C Series jets into the US are averted. It's also great news for Airbus, the one-time rival of Bombardier which had bought over the C Series … [Read more...] about Northern Ireland’s biggest business stories of 2018
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Jon Chesto Globe Staff December 24, 2018 All right, folks, another year is in the books — and the entertaining business stories just seem to keep coming.The Orange Dinosaur became the North Shore’s version of the Citgo sign. Dunkin’ dropped “Donuts” from its name, but added shampoo and beer to the menu. We bid goodbye to Necco, as well as to dreams of landing Amazon HQ2. And the Wahlbergs — everywhere a Wahlberg. Here’s a look back at the stories that had us wondering, chuckling, or running out to buy some Donut Fries. A taxidermist’s dream Advertisement Mayor Marty Walsh’s move to unload the city’s public works yard on Frontage Road raises Get Talking Points in your inbox: An afternoon recap of the day’s most important business news, delivered weekdays. Thank you for signing up! Sign up … [Read more...] about Another year, another round of wacky business tales
Getting your AI deployment right takes five steps: assessing your data strategy, aligning stakeholders, assessing tech feasibility, and a coordinated approach to ethics. To learn more about the five fundamentals of AI readiness, and ensure you get it right at every step, catch up on this VB Live event. Access on demand for free right here. AI is a roughly $8 billion market today, but expected to exceed $106 billion within just a couple of years, says Jessica Groopman, industry analyst and founding partner of Kaleido Insights. And with so many products on the market, it’s incredibly difficult to separate the wheat from the chaff, and make sense of what’s worth pursuing and what’s just another bright, shiny hyped-up object rolling by. AI is driving commercial applications and igniting tremendous change around traditional customer experience, as well change in how marketers, sales agents, and business analysts are using data. It’s disrupting the way consumers … [Read more...] about The AI aspiration gap: How to hook AI into actual business results (VB Live)
Graham Flanagan, provided by Published 12:19 pm PST, Monday, November 12, 2018 Marvel comic book, "The Fantastic Four," was adapted into a movie in 1993 with a $1 million budget, but was never officially released. German producer, Bernd Eichinger, failed to get Hollywood backing, but he risked losing his rights to the comic if he didn't start production by the end of 1992. In the video above, legendary "King of the B-Movies" Roger Corman, who worked on the film, tells one of the most bizarre Hollywood tales you'll ever hear. In 1993, a German producer teamed up with legendary "King of the B-Movies" Roger Corman to produce a low-budget, feature-length adaptation of the popular Marvel comic book "The Fantastic Four." The movie was never officially released. cult classic.In 2017, Business Insider sat down with Corman at his office in Los Angeles to talk about his most recent project, "Death Race 2050," a sequel to the cult hit "Death … [Read more...] about The inside story behind the Marvel movie you were never supposed to see