pocari sweat is caught in a firestorm after it pulled tv ads in apparent support of hong kong protests such st
Pocari Sweat is caught in a firestorm after it pulled TV ads in apparent support of Hong Kong protests. Such statements can pay off in some cases. Yet Hong Kong could end up proving the limits of brands’ taste for political engagement. @KatrinaHamlin
razer the 18 billion maker of fancy mice and keyboards already dabbles in smartphones but is now also pushing
Razer, the $1.8 billion maker of fancy mice and keyboards, already dabbles in smartphones but is now also pushing into fintech. Diversification can be a distraction, though. Doubling down on e-sports would be one way to turn a profit. @_sharonlam
watch equifax is paying some 800 million to resolve its 2017 data breach but less than 3 will go to each perso
Watch: Equifax is paying some $800 million to resolve its 2017 data breach, but less than $3 will go to each person affected. That provides little incentive for other companies to take security as seriously as they should, explains @rob_cyran.
vail resorts is going low with its latest deal a quarter billion dollar offer for peak resorts by adding small
Vail Resorts is going low with its latest deal, a quarter-billion-dollar offer for Peak Resorts. By adding smaller slopes closer to metropolitan areas, the company is incentivising city dwellers to think beyond the weather map, writes @rob1cox.
after a 2017 data breach compromised the sensitive information of 147 million users equifax is being disciplin
After a 2017 data breach compromised the sensitive information of 147 million users, Equifax is being disciplined with a slap on the wrist. Harsher penalties will be needed to teach companies the right lesson, writes @rob_cyran.