Who is to blame for the PC sales debacle?
The results are in, and for PC sales they are neither good, nor bad – but ugly! The pundits are out to find a scapegoat – and the most convenient scapegoat at the moment is Microsoft. For example see this report in today’s Wall Street Journal – which hails Microsoft’s mea culpa. There is no
Apple’s Business Network Conundrum: To Dump Samsung or not
Has Apple learnt the lesson that Dell never learnt? Apple has grappled with this conundrum for a while now – when, if at all, to dump Samsung? There comes a point in every business network when the erstwhile suppliers become more powerful than the ‘customer’. Dell continued to rely on its suppliers in far east
Intel gearing up to face the mobile assault: It may even beat them at their game
News Release Contact: Angela Crown, Angela.Crown@globalscgroup.com Due: November 26, 2013 Forwarding: Permitted The world’s biggest semiconductor manufacturer has announced plans to expand the use of its state-of-the-art factories for other chipmakers. As competition escalates, Intel hopes the move will push its revenue by taking advantage of its multi-billion dollars’ worth of supply chain investment. Specifically,
Has Intel missed the mobile boat?
Intel has long been the model of Innovation. In particular, its famous tick-tock product development strategy has been hailed as a case study for learning how to balance the current product profitability with the pipeline of future products. For example, when I was researching an appropriate public domain case study for my book The 5-STAR