Adidas is already talking about revamping its supply chain if new tariffs are imposed on its products.
In part 2 of China in AI, we look at how the biggest companies in China are positioning themselves to become global leaders in smart city solutions, autonomous driving, conversational AI, and predictive healthcare.
We take a look at how elite organizations prioritize talent management — and how startups are enabling other organizations to do the same.
AI and analytics are changing how HR departments recruit across all industries. We take an in-depth look at how tech is reimagining the talent discovery and screening process. This is the second post in our HR Tech series, covering the latest innovations and funding trends in the United States. You can see our overview of the startups reshaping the HR department here.
Overstock, Nasdaq, and AMD were three public companies that frequently brought up blockchain technology on earnings calls over the last five years. But what, exactly, were they talking about?
We dig into HR technology from an employer's perspective to find emerging sectors and to see where the industry is headed next.
Since their introduction in 2015, dockless bike-sharing systems have moved from East to West as they sweep through urban transportation markets.
Challenger banks. What are they? Who's who? And why have these startups raised hundreds of millions in venture capital to take on bank incumbents? We break down how these startups are reaching, converting, and engaging millions of customers.
The largest US banks have acquired only 18 fintech startups since 2013, but activity in the last 5 months has started picking up. In total, 2017 saw more acquisitions by top US banks than any other year.