Technology

Twitter: E-Commerce Takes flight

April 24, 2017 / by Justin Tang and Carolyn Wu / 0 Comment

Partnering with Amazon in e-commerce will drive growth and help Twitter end its reliance on the competitive advertising industry

Amazon Alexa: Getting Smart About Smart Homes

April 24, 2017 / by Ilia Khairetdinov and David Aideyan / 0 Comment

Using Alexa to foster an ecosystem where data is aggregated and interpreted into predictive insights that can help Amazon streamline the recurring purchase of household goods

Uber: The Self-Driven Road To Success

February 16, 2017 / by James Serena / 0 Comment

Grasping Uber’s financing needs before a full launch into driverless vehicles is critical for upcoming years

Spotify: Stepping to the Right Beat

February 16, 2017 / by Ajith Sukumar and Wade Timchuk / 0 Comment

Incorporating blockchain for Spotify’s payments positions it as an industry leader fighting for artists’ livelihoods


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Yahoo’s Next Big Bet

March 24, 2016 / by Terence Chen and Calvin Russell / 0 Comment

Yahoo’s legacy business segments lack growth potential, thus they should look to fuel future growth through their fantasy sports platform.


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A New Course for Online Education

March 24, 2016 / by Zach Hamel and Emily Rowe / 0 Comment

Coursera needs to offer accredited degrees and original content to become the leader in online higher education.

Creating an Enterprise-Sized Ripple

December 16, 2015 / by Monique Tuin and Leroi Yu / 0 Comment

The consumer market for smartwatches will become saturated by Apple and Android devices; Pebble needs to respond quickly

Winter is Coming…

December 02, 2013 / by Nicholas Zeeb and Ishan Tikku / 0 Comment

Why Blizzard's Titan is poised to ice Zenimax's Elder Scrolls Online, and what Zenimax can do to stop it

Tech Startups "En Pointe"

December 01, 2013 / by Nicole Korb and Alexandra Maringola / 0 Comment

Learning about Talent Recruitment from Canada's Premier Dance Company

How Much User Growth is Left for Twitter?

November 20, 2013 / by Michael Zawalsky / 0 Comment

Though Twitter is on pace for 350M users by 2016, this figure is likely to disappoint management and shareholders alike. Yet the cause could be more dire: Twitter is struggling to scale its 'network effect'. Why?