I have been unexpectedly impressed with Fear the Walking Dead over the past two weeks as it’s rolled out three episodes that have been better than most of what The Walking Dead proper put out last season.
‘Alien: Covenant’ opened in China while ‘Despicable Me 3’ began its overseas roll-out.
Deep dish pizza is coming to domestic air travel.
Amazon’s Whole Foods purchase isn’t simply about delivering groceries, but rather about gaining strategic advantage in the last mile. Uber, Blue Apron, Seamless and others may find the fallout unpleasant.
Amazon suddenly buys Whole Foods and will make more food available on the internet. Competition heightened since Lidl opened their first stores and Aldi announced 900 more stores will be opened.
Setbacks at Elon Musk’s SpaceX and Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin may have led the Air Force to rethink how it is funding next-generation access to space.
Musical.ly, the short-form video sharing app used widely by teens, will soon be publishing more than just lip sync videos.
General Electric is among the most iconic, respected names in business history. This week’s news brought notice that Jeff Immelt, GE’s CEO for 16 years, will be replaced by John Flannery on August 1. Kevin O’Marah discusses in more detail in this week’s blog.
3 simple steps to critical and commercial failure.
Drake, The Weeknd And Justin Bieber all got their start giving music away for free. Now these Canadian stars are among the most-streamed artists on the planet–and they’ve leveraged their musical ubiquity a combined quarter-billion dollars over the past year.