Business must embrace a “bigger bottom line” than financial profit alone contends Halla Tómasdóttir, CEO of B Team, who began her leadership career in the U.S. with Mars and Pepsi Cola and stood in Iceland's 2016 Presidential elections. A “crisis of conformity” too needs purpose-driven leadership.
Just a few years ago, Li Mengqi could not have imagined shopping on her own. Someone needed to always keep her company to say aloud what was in front of her, who’s been blind since birth. When smartphones with text-to-speech machines for the visually impaired arrived, she immediately bought an iPhone. “Though it was expensive,” […]
Last week, Xiaomi formally entered the UK market. It’s an exciting development for the British phone-buying public. Not only are Xiaomi’s phones really good, but they’re also inexplicably cheap. There was no way Xiaomi could possibly screw things up. And yet, somehow, they found a way. First, a bit of background. As a launch promo, Xiaomi offered two models of its phones for the implausibly low price of just £1. This, obviously, is a bargain, and thousands of punters were champing at the bit to get their hands on one. However, it was unclear how many phones were available for… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Xiaomi