If Pfizer and Moderna executives can use the 10b5-1 rule to advantage without blinking, then what hope for a meaningful ethics discussion in technology?
Executive compensation that's linked to the execution of questionable plans opens questions that strike at the heart of the ehtics debate in technology.
The people element in the survey found important points that suggest an emphasis on meeting user need is now central to product development. That's good news.
Xero has high qualirty data with which to assess how the SMB economy is performing. What is Xero seeing and what does this mean for digitization?
An extensive report commissioned by Unit4 contains a number of surprises. Here's our discussion.
James Norwood, newly minted CMO at iSolved has bold ambitions for the company. Here is our conversation.
What if you owned your employment history and skills credentials in a way that was both trusted and portable? That would be useful and powerful for both employers and individuals,
Workday Ventures showcases three startups that focus on data use to drive value among customers.
How is PwC seeing the world of SAP going into 2021? I had a conversation with Mark Chalfen, lead architect for S/4HANA at SAP.
Oracle is tackling a gnarly problem in CX for communications. It is recastying this for the 21st century but how real is that and will it work?
Ellison predicts a more distributed and contented workforce lies in our post-COVID future.
Hearst's modernization journey with Oracle - a conversation with Debra Robinson, SVP and CIO Oracle Technology and Operations, Hearst
Hearst is a familiar brand that over the last few years has replaced its ageing back office systems, leap-frogging the client/server era and committing fully to cloud-based technology. This is that story.
How are UK supermarkets resonsding to the second lockdown? That depends on which brand you're talking about and where you live.