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December 30, 2013 by

Can Apple teach China about quality?

The doom and gloom about Apple's future contimues. The party line goes that Cupertino must repent of its ways and make a New Year's resolution to produce cheaper and cheaper systems. How else can it really succeed?

July 15, 2013 by

History lesson: Apple vs. Microsoft reorganizations

Back in 1997, Apple started a series of drastic reorganizations that pared down the organization and its product strategy. There's some comparison with Steve Ballmer's latest brainchild, the "One Microsoft" plan, but a "realignment" may not cut it when a real reorganization is needed.

June 14, 2013 by

Asia hotels go high on tech to lure guests

To remain competitive and drive productivity, hotels in Asia have been building their own apps and turning to various technologies like second-screen functions and telepresence to offer a more intuitive guest experience.


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