Exploring the implications of digital disruption in a traditional industry.
Goldman Sachs has recently launched Marcus, its online lending platform. First mover in a changing market?
What the digital revolution and the rise of mobile payments mean for American Express
Stripe, a fintech startup, is using digital technology to transform the e-commerce and mobile payment processing industry, but will it be able to outcompete industry behemoths like PayPal?
How can a retail behemoth, dragged down by investment in hundreds of stores keep up with the internet of things? When faced with shrinking Black Friday sales, limited international tourist spending, and declining earnings, where will Nordstrom invest its limited dollars?
Walmart has lagged e-commerce competitors such as Amazon. With the acquisition of Jet.com, Walmart hopes to leverage Jet.com's e-commerce and digital expertise to remain competitive.
Farming is no longer about big, steel machines and farmers' intuition. Technology is transforming agriculture as we know it, and manufacturers of heavy equipment, like Deere, are forced the rethink their business model to transition into…wait for it… a tech company. (Cue gasp.)
Digital disruption has forced Ford to reconsider its core business model; the organization is moving from an “auto company, to an auto and mobility company”. To enable this, the Ford has created a wholly owned subsidiary, Ford Smart Mobility LLC, based in Silicon Valley, which is developing next-generation transport solutions