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Nasdaq’s board diversity rule is here - but new research shows underperforming firms more likely to oust board members from diverse backgrounds This article is sponsored by:

Nasdaq is requiring that companies listed on the US stock exchange disclose their ethnic and gender makeup. The move comes as new research shows that when times get tough, diversity priorities go out the window.

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Mitigating ERP Implementation Risks – how should customers address data security and user adoption challenges? This article is sponsored by: acumatica logo 290x73

It’s important for business leaders to understand what ERP implementation challenges look like. Todd Kuhns of Acumatica explores three stumbling blocks and how they can be mitigated.

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WeightWatchers moves away from the "lonely experience" of digital and back to real world community This article is sponsored by:

Come for the weight loss, stay for the community - and that means rethinking the approach to digital transformation at WeightWatchers.

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UK’s ambition to become a ‘science and tech superpower’ on track to become another empty slogan This article is sponsored by:

The government has time and time again said that science and technology are key to the UK’s future - but dig a little deeper and substance is lacking.

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Cry havoc as the macro-economy leads to decision paralysis, but Rimini Street will be ready to pick up the pieces, says CEO Seth Ravin This article is sponsored by:

The global macro-economic crisis is slowing down the decision-making process and triggering replanning all around. But Ravin argues that Rimini Street remains well-positioned.

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Twilio’s Q2 revenue growth overshadowed by weaker guidance - but 2023 profitability target remains This article is sponsored by:

Twilio is being cautious given the current macro environment, but said that demand for its customer engagement platform was still strong.

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New Relic's Q1 shows progress on delivering on strategic priorities and a consumption-based business model This article is sponsored by:

New Relic had some things to do as it entered its new fiscal year. CEO Bill Staples offers a progress report.

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