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Are you thinking of lowering prices because of the crisis? Read this first.
eBusiness Planet

In times of crisis the existing market is reduced and the price war is often the choice of many. But, be aware, we are on the verge of the biggest economic challenge in a long time.

The market will narrow. But the solution is not to lower prices but to…

Is your company more operational or strategic?
eBusiness Planet

In this video we can see two types of companies: those that wear themselves out and make all their employees sweat, or those that are strategic and anticipate moves.

Artificial intelligence allows them to anticipate those moves that generate uncertainty, using their own business data and data from the environment…

LinkedIn lays off nearly 1,000 workers worldwide
eBusiness Planet

The social network focused on the world of work LinkedIn, owned by Microsoft, will dismiss 960 people in the coming months worldwide, equivalent to 6% of its workforce, due to the impact of the crisis generated by the Covid-19 pandemic.

In a letter sent to employees by the CEO, Ryan…

Uber buys Postmates for $2.65 billion to boost home delivery and compete against Just Eat
eBusiness Planet

Uber Eats wants to grow up. To achieve this, today Uber announces the purchase of Postmates, one of the great food delivery services, as explained by the companies in a press release. The transaction will be for $2.65 billion in cash, as previously announced by Bloomberg.

Airbnb’s CEO believes that travel as we knew it is over, and states that they “have lost almost everything in weeks”
eBusiness Planet

Tourism has been one of the sectors that has suffered most from the effects of confinement and border closures worldwide. As a result, the hotel sector has experienced large losses of revenue during these months, something that has also reached companies that compete against this model, such as Airbnb….

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Are you thinking of lowering prices because of the crisis? Read this first.
eBusiness Planet

In times of crisis the existing market is reduced and the price war is often the choice of many. But, be aware, we are on the verge of the biggest economic challenge in a long time.

The market will narrow. But the solution is not to lower prices but to…

Is your company more operational or strategic?
eBusiness Planet

In this video we can see two types of companies: those that wear themselves out and make all their employees sweat, or those that are strategic and anticipate moves.

Artificial intelligence allows them to anticipate those moves that generate uncertainty, using their own business data and data from the environment…

LinkedIn lays off nearly 1,000 workers worldwide
eBusiness Planet

The social network focused on the world of work LinkedIn, owned by Microsoft, will dismiss 960 people in the coming months worldwide, equivalent to 6% of its workforce, due to the impact of the crisis generated by the Covid-19 pandemic.

In a letter sent to employees by the CEO, Ryan…

Uber buys Postmates for $2.65 billion to boost home delivery and compete against Just Eat
eBusiness Planet

Uber Eats wants to grow up. To achieve this, today Uber announces the purchase of Postmates, one of the great food delivery services, as explained by the companies in a press release. The transaction will be for $2.65 billion in cash, as previously announced by Bloomberg.

Airbnb’s CEO believes that travel as we knew it is over, and states that they “have lost almost everything in weeks”
eBusiness Planet

Tourism has been one of the sectors that has suffered most from the effects of confinement and border closures worldwide. As a result, the hotel sector has experienced large losses of revenue during these months, something that has also reached companies that compete against this model, such as Airbnb….

Epic Games, owner of Fortnite, is worth $17 billion
eBusiness Planet

Epic Games, the company behind Fortnite, is to carry out a new round of investment adding $750 million, bringing its value to $17 billion.

 

This is reported by Bloomberg, which cites new investors (T.Rowe Price Group and Baillie…

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Health life

Aug 25, 2020

In times of crisis the existing market is reduced and the price war is often the choice of many. But, be aware, we are on the verge of the biggest economic challenge in a long time.

The market will narrow. But the solution is not to lower prices but to bring value. Although it may seem like a textbook business strategy, competing on price is only tactical, and in the end benefits the larger companies. In fact, they can devour you if you are an SME.

But…, think that if the big corporations have big budgets to lower prices and

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Aug 6, 2020

In this video we can see two types of companies: those that wear themselves out and make all their employees sweat, or those that are strategic and anticipate moves.

Artificial intelligence allows them to anticipate those moves that generate uncertainty, using their own business data and data from the environment to build models that will allow them to start anticipating and making better decisions.

The world has changed and we are living a new reality to which we have to adapt, this is the moment to make that leap with information.

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Jul 22, 2020

The social network focused on the world of work LinkedIn, owned by Microsoft, will dismiss 960 people in the coming months worldwide, equivalent to 6% of its workforce, due to the impact of the crisis generated by the Covid-19 pandemic.

In a letter sent to employees by the CEO, Ryan Roslanski, and published on the social network, the company has acknowledged that it is “not immune” to the effects of the pandemic, as companies need to hire fewer people than they did just a few months ago.

Jul 7, 2020

Uber Eats wants to grow up. To achieve this, today Uber announces the purchase of Postmates, one of the great food delivery services, as explained by the companies in a press release. The transaction will be for $2.65 billion in cash, as previously announced by Bloomberg.

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Sport News

Aug 25, 2020

In times of crisis the existing market is reduced and the price war is often the choice of many. But, be aware, we are on the verge of the biggest economic challenge in a long time.

The market will narrow. But the solution is not to lower prices but to bring value. Although it may seem like a textbook business strategy, competing on price is only tactical, and in the end benefits the larger companies. In fact, they can devour you if you are an SME.

But…, think that if the big corporations have big budgets to lower prices and

12 secs 0
Aug 6, 2020

In this video we can see two types of companies: those that wear themselves out and make all their employees sweat, or those that are strategic and anticipate moves.

Artificial intelligence allows them to anticipate those moves that generate uncertainty, using their own business data and data from the environment to build models that will allow them to start anticipating and making better decisions.

The world has changed and we are living a new reality to which we have to adapt, this is the moment to make that leap with information.

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52 secs 0
Jul 22, 2020

The social network focused on the world of work LinkedIn, owned by Microsoft, will dismiss 960 people in the coming months worldwide, equivalent to 6% of its workforce, due to the impact of the crisis generated by the Covid-19 pandemic.

In a letter sent to employees by the CEO, Ryan Roslanski, and published on the social network, the company has acknowledged that it is “not immune” to the effects of the pandemic, as companies need to hire fewer people than they did just a few months ago.

Jul 7, 2020

Uber Eats wants to grow up. To achieve this, today Uber announces the purchase of Postmates, one of the great food delivery services, as explained by the companies in a press release. The transaction will be for $2.65 billion in cash, as previously announced by Bloomberg.

Jun 24, 2020

Tourism has been one of the sectors that has suffered most from the effects of confinement and border closures worldwide. As a result, the hotel sector has experienced large losses of revenue during these months, something that has also reached companies that compete against this model, such as Airbnb. As Brian Chesky, their CEO, told CNBC, they have “lost almost everything in a matter of four to six weeks”, after “12 years of building business at Airbnb”.