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He has had an uncommonly successful career, but Vamos freely admits he performed at his best when he had no idea what he was doing.
Still leading the telecommunications business she founded with her husband 18 years ago, Horne talks about the company’s latest result and the leadership lessons she’s learnt.
When it comes to how you interact with customers, some things should never be thrown out, says Anders Sorman-Nilsson.
Last Friday, Xero’s market total market capitalisation hit $NZ2.06 billion, a whopping 53 times its operating revenues – but could its share price be a tech bubble about to burst?
Leaders fail when they lack insight into themselves and the worlds they inhabit – remove the blinkers and build a successful business by seeing what others fail to spot.
Innovation needs to be part of your business’ culture, not just at senior management level but at all levels if you are to stay ahead of the competition.
There is merit in setting the price of a product relative to the price of another, just be prepared to fine-tune your strategy based on customer and competitive feedback.
Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal plans on “severing ties” with the publication, claiming it is biased against Saudi Arabia.
From his thoughts on capitalism to building a business as an introvert, Bill Gates was surprisingly candid in his answers to questions during a special edition of ABC program Q&A.
Investors are hoping for a turnaround in Apple's share price, with a four-month slide costing the company nearly $200 billion in value.
When it comes to customers, what they say they will do (in market research), and what they actually do, are two different things.
From an economic point of view, Taiwan and Australia are much closer than many would expect.
In replacing Google Maps with its own mapping software, Apple has attracted stinging criticism. Is it fair?
The high-profile litigation between Apple and Samsung is just one of many intellectual property disputes that have evolved from similarities in product appearance.
Since its inception, Rupert Murdoch has never been out of The Guardian's media power top 10. But this year the 81-year-old tycoon has been relegated to #11.
The immense divide between the 20-year timeframe of fund managers to provide retirement benefits to the public, and the frantic high-velocity trading in which micro-seconds are critical, demands further investigation.
A study has found that in most cases, being creative seems to put people at a disadvantage for climbing the corporate ladder. Why?
Managers need to stop blaming online competitors and the slow economy, and take more responsibility for declining sales.
Commentators on the current Apple vs Samsung debate need to look beyond the surface of the dispute, an academic argues.