JC Penney CEO Marvin Ellison wants the retailer to re-invent the way it operates internally as it chalks up omni-channel wins.
Disney pulled the rug out from under Netflix by taking back Marvel and Star Wars properties, but it's all part of a wider game plan than that, says CEO Bob Iger.
Facebook is plunging headlong into the crowded enterprise collaboration and chat space with a business-friendly version of its familiar interface. Should Slack and Microsoft Teams be worried?
Social can have brand impact, and make a customer experience better. So why are companies struggling with social silos? Barb talks to Gordon White in search of answers.
Berlin-based SoundCloud was a European champion and pioneer in the music streaming business, but digital disruption across the sector has brought global competition.
Unit4’s migration to a cloud-based, Microsoft-platform solution set is fairly complete. Now, it’s time to monetize the investments of the last few years.
LinkedIn put the final kibosh on its LinkedIn Groups API recently. The reaction raises questions about marketing blasts versus community - and the walled social gardens businesses must negotiate.
The world is awash in data but most of it buried away in hard to find or inaccessible places—researchers’ hard drives, private servers or obscure web sites—or it is in formats that are difficult to work with. data.world aims to change that one dataset at a time.
A new app helps visitors make the most of their day out at the Garden, boosted by beacons that guide them around some of its popular beauty spots.
The Tories have published their Election Manifesto with a remarkably heavy digital element to it.
UK Election 2017 - Tories offer under-18s the Right to be Forgotten, threaten big fines for social media firms
A Tory victory on 8th June will lead to those youthful indiscretions on Facebook and Twitter being open to erasure. But there are also plans to fine social media firms for not moving at the speed of political opportunism over extreme content.
Collaboration software vendor Jive has been acquired by a private equity firm for $462m, but what awaits for customers and the platform?
Online hate content’s there because of libertarian CEOs who’ve outsourced the issue to users, says the Home Affairs Select Committee of the UK government. Er, hold on a second...