History of Business
Some Interesting Industry Examples of Digital Transformation
Digital transformation must be taken with the end objective in mind – such as some financial impact on the top line or the bottom line
The Broken American Middle Class
Middle-class can be defined as a group of individuals with a subset of divisions that include economic resources like income, wealth, freedom from poverty (cash); educational achievement and qualifications, occupational status (credentials); attitudes, mindsets, and self-embodiment (culture).
Technology Harnessing for Good: Pandemic a Tripping Point for Education Sector
We can make the best of the circumstances as a human race. We can enhance and innovate current pedagogy.
Fostering a Perfect Description of Success in Business
Still terrified of facing a challenge and venturing out into the unexplored world? You're in good company. It's normal for even experienced business people to gauge themselves against preposterous guidelines and see themselves missing the mark.
Apple History: The Story From Steve Job's Garage to $1 Trillion
The company was founded by Steve Jobs, Ronald Wayne, and Steve Wozniak in April 1976. The three friends were assembling computers in Job's parents' garage when they decided to start their own company.
The Colorful History of 7 Companies That Failed
88% of Fortune 500 firms that existed in 1955 have gone. The companies either went bankrupt, merged or are still in existence, but are no longer in the top of the Fortune 500. Many of the companies that were included on the list in 1955 are largely unrecognizable and now largely forgotten.
Henry J. Heinz-57 Varities: A Pioneer and a Man Ahead of His Time
Henry J. Heinz was a man ahead of his time building from a small garden plot into a worldwide, billion-dollar empire. And doing it with the best products, in the safest way, and utilizing marketing skills.
History of Android: The Complete Timeline From Andy Rubin to Now
Android’s success story is what you would call a rags to riches story, something that most people can only dream of. However, behind every success story, there are countless hard work and sacrifices. Android is one of the most popular mobile operating systems in the world today.
The Federal Reserve: A Creature from Jekyll Island
The Federal Reserve: A Creature from Jekyll Island examines the creation of the Federal Reserve after a top-secret meeting of a banking cartel on Jekyll Island in 1910. We look at the U.S. economy & banking before the Federal Reserve Act was passed by Congress in 1913, and how Congress was persuaded
Who is Bill Gates
The co-founder of Microsoft Corporation, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and a philanthropist, William Henry Gates III is an innovative entrepreneur and one of the richest person in the world. The computer software inventor is an innovative and diligent entrepreneur.
A Brief Economic History of China
Once China was an economically strong nation with its glorious history. With phases of time, China has faced internal fragmentation, historical humiliation, colonial evasion, and economic crunch. In modern times China has become one of the powerful economies of the globe with communist supremacy.
Seven Chicago Inventions and Innovations That Changed America and the World
In Chicago's early days, it was a city known for its rowdy toughness. Many people are unaware that it was also a platform for creative innovation, invention and entrepreneurship. Below are seven inventions that changed our lives and our world.
Decline of the US Dollar
The United States Dollar was at one point was the ultimate in terms of currency as basically the world was a customer of the United States either through being a borrower of funds or a customer of goods and services. Nowadays, the US consumes more than it sells creating an unsustainable model.
American Justice: The Criminal (?) Enterprise Known as the Koch Brothers and Koch Industries
I have always been critical and skeptical of the ethics of big corporations and their concern for, as a rule, nothing but the bottom line at all costs; but little did I know ...0000
Assessing the view that the main cause of Globalisation is the increased importance of Transnational Companies (TNCs)
Globalisation is defined as ‘the ability to produce any good or service anywhere in the world, using raw materials, components, capital and technology from anywhere, sell the resulting output anywhere and place the profits anywhere’. With the...
Accidental Deaths in Civilian Conservation Corps Posed Serious Problem In Early Years
Growing up I heard how my grandmother had a dream 'telling' her that her brother was killed in a logging accident. His tragic death was one of many that occurred in CCC camps from 1933-1942.
How Billionaire Dietrich Mateschitz Changed the Beverage Industry
Dietrich Mateschitz invented a new type of beverage before inventing new ways to advertise his product. Here's how he did it.
What Steve jobs & Bill Gates Have in Common
Humble beginnings sometimes lead to stumbles and financial empires, business success does require persistence based out of love to endure all the failures. Of course, luck and timing and seed funding also play a huge role. You may have a great idea,...
Dubai and Singapore Tales of Two Cities
Dubai and Singapore Singapore Beauty at Its Best Tourism in Singapore Dubai and Singapore – Saga of Success and Failure The competition for one of the leading financial hub of the world is going on. The two prominent cities fighting for the...
Best Entrepreneurs; John Rockefeller, Andrew Carnegie, J. Paul Getty
Best Entrepreneurs: John Rockefeller, Andrew Carnegie, J. Paul Getty. Standard Oil, Steel, and Pacific Oil. An entrepreneur can create wealth and greatness with creativity, guts and determination. If you want to learn how to be an entrepreneur the best entrepreneurs are a great place to start training the mind to think big.
Brown Goods vs. White Goods: A Definiton and Brief Explanation
The business world is full of specific terms, slang, and jargon. Ever wonder what the terms brown good and white good mean? Click here to read this article and discover each label's meaning!
About Steve Jobs - His Early Years and Education
Growing up in the Santa Clara Valley, a place where engineers and tinkerers took things apart and study, a place where science and technology evolves, Steve’s childhood was filled with rapid innovation in the world of electronics, the science and technology of controlling the invisible flow of electricity to make things work.
History of the Chicago Burlington & Quincy Railroad
The railroad that became a a leader in the industry, from mechanical, to tourism. This is the story of the Chicago Burlington and Quincy 1849-1970.
The History of Burlington Northern E's in Commuter Service
A history of the last intact E-unit commuter fleet operating in the world
A Short History of American Panics, Recessions, Depressions: PART II: 1973 - 2020 (6-12-2020)
This is Part II of my A Short History of American Panics, Recessions, Depressions: Why Conservative Economics Can't Work hub. Part I finally got too long. Now Part II will get a bit longer as I analyze the Great Recession of 2020.
THE ELEMENTS OF CULTURE ON GLOBAL BUSINESS INFORMATION
The Elements of Culture The study of culture has led to generalizations that may apply to all cultures. These include elements such as bodily adornments, courtship rituals, etiquette, concept of family, gestures, joking, mealtime, customs, music,...