We at The Future 500 believe absolutely in the idea that innovation, constant innovation, is a key element to the 21st Century. Those who embrace the chaos of innovation and the the order of disorder will succeed, some beyond their wildest dreams. Those who do not will be left behind. This goes for countries, companies, [...]
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Privacy is disappearing at an ever more rapid pace and we’d be wise to take a moment and think about where we are going with all of this. Though Google and Apple are private companies this seems a clear violation of one’s expectation of privacy. Our rights end where those of others begin, and vice [...]
So last week we did a story that was pretty pro-Apple. We cheer it’s culture of design and innovation. But it has some serious work to do in China. Here is part of the open letter from workers in one of Apple‘s Chinese factories to shareholders: (From Tomshardware.com) “If more people know about what we [...]
In the attached article the author makes the case that the reason Apple has been so successful is because in the past it really did “think different.” It focused (at least during the Jobs eras) on making high quality and interesting products that solved problems. Factor in excellent design, and boom, profits. The company became [...]