Age of Abundance: How the Content Explosion will Invert the Media Industry
Over the past century, technological advancements have massively reduced the cost and time needed to create and circulate content. Though this has liberated artists, consumers are now drowning in a virtually infinite supply of things to watch, listen to and read.
The Truth and Distraction of U.S. Cord Cutting
Thanks to coverage that simultaneously over and under-exaggerates the behavior, the cutter narrative remains profoundly misunderstood some six years after it first emerged. Even still, the figure itself remains more of a symptom than it is a disease - and to focus on it is to ignore the underlying condition. But like all symptoms, it must first be properly understood.
Activision’s YouTube Moment
In January, 2016 Activision purchased MLG for $46M and it's looking like a great move.
The Biosimilar Onslaught
Pharmaceutical companies face huge revenue uncertainties after the loss of patent exclusivity; but not all is lost.
Capturing Savings for Capitec
Capitec Bank has an opportunity to increase its deposits using the principles of behavioral economics in South Africa
Diving Deep Into HealthCare Data
GE Healthcare can help hospitals better diagnose patients and reduce readmissions by acquiring the deep learning analytics company Enlitic
Twitch Interactive: The Streaming Market War
After Google launched YouTube Gaming, Twitch needs to level up fast in the face of a major competitor in the streaming market
Re-leasing The Deere
Deere can drive profits by launching a rental and driver service in India.
Uprooting an Entrenched Banking System
FinTech start-ups pose a serious threat to the financial institutions in Canada, but Interac may be able to save the day
Esports Gambling: Cosmo’s Next Lotto
Cosmo’s next big bet should be on eSports to allure the millennials in Vegas