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What Netflix Needs to do to “Become (3x) HBO”

September 17, 2013 / by Ivey Business Review / 3 Comments

Reed Hastings believes Netflix can hit 60-90M US subscribers, but he's wrong about what it will take to get there.

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The Revolution Will be Televised: Assessing Intel’s TV Strategy

July 30, 2013 / by Prashob Menon / 0 Comment

Intel is hoping to disrupt the Cable industry and generate signifcant returns in the process but will it be enough to sate investors hungry for growth?

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Google Will Regret Shutting Down Google Reader

July 01, 2013 / by Michael Zawalsky / 2 Comments

Google's decision to retire Reader will force many of the company's top users into its competitors' web of services - and not just their RSS services

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Follow-up to the 'Illusory Silver-Bullet'

May 15, 2013 / by Ivey Business Review / 0 Comment

Underlying changes to the TV series model will offset some pressures, but the future remains challenging

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Responses to 'Craptops' and Thoughts on Microsoft's Challenging Future

April 10, 2013 / by Michael Zawalsky / 0 Comment

To remain relevant, Microsoft must go far beyond invigilating hardware restrictions on PC vendors

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'Craptops' and the End of Dell

April 03, 2013 / by Matthew Hall / 0 Comment

Years of putting market share ahead of quality has spurned consumers and driven profit out of PCs. Microsoft needs to act fast. It may already be too late.

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Steam's Engine

March 23, 2013 / by Niklas Lubczynski and Cam Wilson / 0 Comment

Harnessing the power of Valve's gaming network

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Interview with Michael Mace

April 04, 2012 / by Joseph Ghobrial and Matthew Ball / 0 Comment

The Ivey Business Review discusses strategy with a leading technology industry expert.

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Strategic Patenting

January 04, 2012 / by Nick Kuchtaruk / 0 Comment

How leading technology players should use their intellectual property to compete

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Nintendo's Next Level

January 04, 2012 / by Jonathan Pinto and Kunal Kapoor / 0 Comment

Can Nintendo leverage its iconic characters to change the game once again?