Monday, March 30, 2015
If it seems like Jeff Bezos is trying to take over the world, well, maybe that’s not too far off. Amazon is flowing into industry after industry, not just getting a foothold, but gaining significant market share in the process. Now the online consumer products giant is targeting Angie’s List.
Monday, March 23, 2015
When it comes to Tesla, one thing has begun to set the brand apart – our future is their present. Cool looking electric cars could not be done? They did it. High-performance electric cars? They did that too. Now they are working on cars that work on autopilot. Check that, Ronn Torossian says, they are about to release it.
Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Less than a month ago, prevailing opinion both in and out of the media said Brian Williams was done. Now, Ronn Torossian reports, at least two prominent media names are calling for Williams to be back on the job. Keith Olbermann and David Letterman are certainly no strangers to controversy, so perhaps that’s why their recent Late Night exchange fully supported the embattled Williams.
Tuesday, March 17, 2015
When your ads are ubiquitous, pervasive and make outrageous claims, those ads better be accurate. Now, Ronn Torossian reports, DirecTV is learning that lesson the hardest of Hard Ways. The FTC has charged DirecTV with fraud. Yes, FRAUD. The claim stems from a charge that DirecTV “misled customers with its popular 12-month discount package.”
Thursday, March 12, 2015
When you get stuck between better service and better pricing, how can you compete? It’s a question a myriad of Number Two businesses have had to ask forever. That question is often followed by its close cousin: “Which tactic offers me the best option to entrench my position in the market?”These dynamics and reveal how AT & T has chosen Option B in order to maintain relevance in the mobile market.
Tuesday, March 03, 2015
The licensing battle between Ericsson and Apple has been going for some time, but now it’s escalating. What happens next, and who will win the war? Ericsson is no stranger to the mobile marketplace. Once a pioneer in the industry, competition might have pushed it into also-ran status if the company had not successfully shifted its market and product.
Monday, February 23, 2015
Investigators into reports of faulty airbags have begun fining the company in question, Takata Corp. According to Bloomberg, the fines have become “necessary” because Takata is not cooperating with the investigation. According to the report, the United States is looking into the “mystery” of why millions of airbags “may be at risk of exploding.”