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Blogs by

Celia Brown

You already know that SAPinsider SCM2016 is the definitive conference for organizations using SAP solutions to drive operational excellence across the extended supply chain. But do you know exactly what to expect from the event?

Cloud technology is associated with innovation, agility, and flexibility. But can technology help enable transformation for a business in a turnaround? Skullcandy, a company that designs and markets audio and gaming headphones, earbuds, Bluetooth speaker

Some of the most successful companies in the world today began as startups and no one would be likely to dispute the major role they have played in driving disruptive innovation. And new startups are

International Women’s Day has been observed, in some form, since the early 1900s. Since its birth in the socialist movement, International Women’s Day has shifted from being an event defined by political uprising and rallies

Standing out in the street frantically waving your arm to flag down a taxi. A chatty driver with the radio on far too loud. And perhaps a tear in the vinyl bench seat with the

On Feb. 5, CVS Caremark made the startling announcement that it would no longer sell tobacco products in its 7,600 pharmacies throughout the United States. The bold gesture garnered quick praise from the likes of

As Bert Jacobs, CEO of Life is Good, explains it, he and his brother never set out to change the world back in 1989, when they founded the company. They simply wanted to sell t-shirts

In the United States, employment in STEM occupations is projected to grow nearly two times faster than the average for all occupations over the next four years, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Modern IT leaders are thinking beyond infrastructure and operations to offer their organizations innovative technology to drive improvements to key metrics, such as customer experience. SAP and CMS Energy, Michigan’s largest utility, recently hosted a

Black Friday was once the Superbowl of Shopping- the one day a year when thousands of deal-seekers would show up at the mall at the crack of dawn, score some bargains, and be home in