The supply chain troubles of big domestic rival Huawei have opened up opportunities for the Chinese electronics firm within the global smartphone market.
The pandemic has catapulted the gaming industry to new heights, and new players are joining the race to advance cloud gaming and streaming technology.
While countless businesses have been devastated by the COVID-19 pandemic and may never manage a successful turnaround, some firms have positively flourished.
As oil companies struggle to adapt to a changing energy mix, the renewables-focused utility has made its way to the pinnacle of America’s energy industry.
Private equity-owned Inspire Brands adds Dunkin’ to its expanding portfolio of potentially pandemic-proof fast food restaurant chains in a landmark deal.
As quick one-stop shops, convenience stores have the potential to thrive in the COVID-19 era and beyond if they adapt to new retail consumer habits.
Common sustainability accounting standards would meet the increasingly urgent need to simplify environmental, social and governance (ESG) reporting.
Maritime transport is booming and container shipping is one of the healthiest links in the supply chain, despite being anchored to global trade.
Hotel executives and architecture firms float ideas for what form hotels could take when the travel industry emerges from its pandemic-imposed chrysalis.