This week: we discuss the economics and business behind the New York Times’ decision to buy popular internet game Wordle.
Food-ordering platform Menulog has declared it will break with the standard contractor business model. But let's not get too excited yet.
We look at how business models have changed in response to the pandemic with businesses seizing new opportunities, making emergency pivots or more sustained adaptations to how they deliver value for customers.
What are the two main questions that marketers should be considering during COVID-19?
This week: COVID-19 grounds airlines, and business continuity learnings.
This week: platform monopoly, tech between science and fiction, and skinning fish for fashion.
The Cambridge Analytica scandal is not a breach of Facebook but the very business model on which it's built, and our democracy and privacy suffer.
Milton Friedman argues the only responsibility of business is to make money. Michael Porter claims business can create economic value while addressing social challenges. So what is business for?