Sun’s out, flops out: what’s the worst movie summer ever?

July 12, 2019

After a string of frustrations, psychoanalysts are calling 2019 s summertime season one of the most disastrous on record but there have been far, far worse This summer might have started with a blow, thanks to the Avengers eventually reaching their Endgame, but it’s set to go out with more of a shrug, thanks to pretty much everything that’s come since. Godzilla: King of Monsters; X-Men: Dark Phoenix; Men in…


How GoPro rebooted itself: CEO Nick Woodman talks strategy MashTalk

May 3, 2019

Who knew you can learn how to be a badass boss from our fave movies and TV displays ? Image: Mitch Haaseth/ Nbc-Tv/ Kobal/ REX/ Shutterstock Feel like you might be ready to lead? Perhaps you’re thinking about starting an MBA but require some inspiration before you stimulate your move? Look no further than your screen. Yep, as usual, pop culture is here to save the working day. These fearless…


Netflix adds 9.6m subscribers in three months despite increasing competition

April 22, 2019

Streaming service, which spent $12 bn on original content in 2018, defeat psychoanalysts exceptions in latest earnings report Netflix added 9.6 million brand-new customers in the first three months of the year even as it increased prices and faced stiffer rival from contenders including Amazon, Apple and Hulu. The streaming video service now earnings report. Its often volatile share cost dipped slightly after the report smashed, falling close to 1…


Business owners, hedge your March Madness bets: its costing you $13.3bn | Gene Marks

March 26, 2019

The NCAA tournament will cause businesses to lose billions in productivity, a report says but that doesnt mean we should ban basketball from the office If youre a business owner and putting some bets on your favorite college team during the NCAA tournament, you might want to up the ante. Youre going to need those winnings to pay for all the money youre about to lose. Thats because your company…


Streamings greatest hits: the best TV shows from Netflix and Amazon

October 17, 2018

House of Cards, The Crown and a cartoon about a depressive horse were Netflix stars. Amazon scored with Man City but The Romanoffs may be an experiment too far Netflix and Amazon have invested billions of dollars in producing original content for their streaming platforms. Here are some of their most notable shows. Netflix House of CardsA remake of a British classic, the streaming sites first original showed its competitors…


#MeToo and Hollywood: what’s changed in the industry a year on?

October 11, 2018

In the past 12 months, talk of change and proposed structural changes within the industry have altered the pendulum but more work is required It was always about far more than a hashtag. Tarana Burke should be the first person has been described in any clause about #MeToo, the free movement of persons that has amplified a mutter network and induced ructions in the media industry that were well overdue….


This Hearing Aid Can Translate For Youand Track Steps Too

September 6, 2018

It’s too loud for me to hear inside the Cupertino coffee bar, but Achin Bhowmik says it doesn’t bother him. He’s got a superpower, he says. If I appear closely–very closely–I can see the tiny plastic tubings reaching from his ear canals to tiny machines hidden behind his ears. The hearing aids are operating machine-learning algorithms that endlessly monitor his “acoustic environment” to assist him hear what he wants to…


12 Ways Youre Eating in New York City Wrong

July 11, 2018

Few questions are more urgent than where to feed when you’re traveling to a place with more than two restaurants. It’s certainly omnipresent for people who are visiting New York. (” Where should I devour ?” is an issue any local food commentator be available to never hear again .) The metropoli has one of the best and deepest restaurant rosters in the world, and the amount is increasing: in…


Xerox CEO to Resign After Activist Pressure on Fujifilm Deal

May 8, 2018

Six board members likewise departing in pact with Icahn, Deason Board to evaluate alternatives, including terminating Fujifilm deal Fujifilm Holding Corp . The resignations are part of an agreement with investors Icahn and Darwin Deason, according to a Xerox statement. The roll of directors stepping down include Chairman Robert Keegan. The corporation replied Keith Cozza, CEO of Icahn Enterprises, is expected to be elected chairman while John Visentin is expected…