A key aspect of the Internet of Things, digital twins are becoming more cost-effective, and increasingly, more common in many industries.
Changes underway at General Motors dealt a blow to the automaker’s quarterly profit as it refocuses on longer-term strategies.
In acquiring Jimmy Choo, Michael Kors is cobbling together a luxury house in the European fashion, using a multi-brand strategy.
An abundance of tech talent, data, computing power and capital are giving China key advantages in the artificial intelligence race.
As part of a broader automotive industry trend, Volvo announced that all of its new models will have electric motors from 2019.
Charles Scharf, a tech-focused former Visa executive and veteran banker, will also serve as Chairman.
The transition won’t be easy, but blockchain technology could benefit both insurers and policyholders.
The electronics giant announced a $24 billion domestic investment, showing its will to dominate as the memory chip market soars at home and abroad.
The clash between Nestlé and activist investor Daniel Loeb is emblematic of the need for change at big consumer goods companies.