Apple’s shares have taken a worrying dip. One of the technology giant’s suppliers, Cirrus Logic, which is estimated to earn some 90% of its revenue from Apple, reported a fall in sales which led to the dip in Apple’s shares. The news shows the vulnerability that corporations can face and how quickly things can change. Creating a 5 star business network is all about reducing risk, enhancing efficiency and ensuring robustness for your organisation. When it comes to the use of technology, this is particularly important. Every investment in technology must have a proven return on investment – companies which are seduced by technology for technology’s sake open themselves up to unnecessary danger. In his new book, The 5 Star Business Network, international business guru and award-winning author Vivek Sood examines the importance of developing a 5 star business network and the relationship between information technology systems and this process. In this must-have publication for any business looking to survive the challenging global economy, Mr Sood provides practical guidance and detailed examples to show every company how it can enhance its core structure and processes in order to achieve enhanced success and increased profitability.
Is the Apple about to fall from the tree? What we can learn from Apple’s latest share price wobble
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January 8, 2019
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