Cyber Monday met expectations and delivered a set of record numbers, particularly around mobile platforms.
Kohl's CEO saw the value of the store earlier than many omni-channel retailers, but this doesn't guarantee a healthy future.
The tire maker had ambitions to become a tech company at Dreamforce.
Pandora's new CEO is six weeks into his turnaround role and has some ideas about how to take on the challenges faced by the music streaming firm.
Twitter's been handing out the wrong user numbers, but Wall St didn't mind. Meanwhile Alphabet is playing the long game.
Coffee could be the next digital battleground for McDonalds, but in the meantime there's progress on its transformation program.
This week - can conversational UIs smash walled gardens? Or will they lead to a new phase of vendor lock-in? Plus: Google and Facebook and their algorithmic foraging. And, of course, your whiffs.
Zinc updates its mobile communications platform with new features designed to help neglected deskless workers become better informed and connected
myAgro, a non-governmental organisation based in West Africa, is using mobile phone technology to help farmers put aside the money they require to pay for seeds and fertiliser.
Xerocon, now in its fifth year in the UK attracted 2,000 people. That's quite the crowd. Xero had plenty to say, all of which point to a bright future.
People do like department stores, says Hudson's Bay CEO, just not the poor quality ones. So, get your digital strategy up to speed while focusing on what a store should be like.
Click & collect specialist uses MDM software from MobileIron to roll out mobile app upgrades to staff and retailers using its ‘Powered by Doddle’ service.
William Hill has seen profits decline in its offline shops, but that's countered by signs of healthy growth in its online operations.