Ford is making changes to several key executive roles as it realigns itself to focus on high-tech automotive, mainly electric and autonomous vehicles.
An interview with Gary Dempsey of Boyden’s Global Consumer & Retail Practice.
The South African media group is creating a new company comprised of tech sector investments, with Chinese tech titan Tencent as the crown jewel.
I had breakfast recently with an aspiring corporate board director. In my role within Boyden’s CEO & Board Services Practice such meetings, both formal and informal, are frequent.
The state-owned oil giant officially disclosed its financials for the first time on April 1, revealing that it is the world’s most profitable company.
As the technology and automotive sector become ever more intertwined, Microsoft and BMW are the latest to form an industrial cloud partnership.
In this three-part series, Boyden's Guy Herbertson interviews Robert Aitchison, an interim executive who has led change and transformation in a range of industries but with a focus in aerospace and defence.
Global ride-hailing firm Uber has agreed to buy Careem, its Middle East rival, putting Uber in the lead position within a competitive region.
Adobe and Microsoft are combining their strengths against common rival Salesforce to vie for dominance in the sales and marketing software market.