By Michael Fauscette on August 14, 2013
Earlier this week BlackBerry announced that it was seeking a buyer or strategic partner as a way forward and out of its multi-year decline. The path from high flying tech leader to “for sale sign” is a sad one and one that is pretty complex to explain. As with most decline stories there are internal […]
By Dion Hinchcliffe on April 16, 2010
One of the watchwords of the 21st century, at least for the first decade, has been innovation. In a world that’s clearly changing all around us at an ever increasing rate, actively pursuing new innovation has usually seemed like the best way for companies to ward off any accumulated failures to adapt to new realities.
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