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Will incumbent TV companies in Spain get consumers to pay for content?

Will incumbent TV companies in Spain get consumers to pay for content?

by IESE Business School on April 16th, 2019

Since Netflix entered Spain in 2015, Mediaset and Atresmedia, the two largest private TV companies, have struggled to compete with the streaming platform. Now, the majority of their revenues comes from advertising. But … Read More

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Reading Julius Caesar may help Mrs May

Reading Julius Caesar may help Mrs May

by IESE Business School on April 15th, 2019

A heading from the London Times last Monday read “Brexit-weary Britons long for political strongman”. It was the result of an opinion poll carried out by the Hansard Society, where some 54% of respondents agreed that … Read More

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Slow journalism to cut through the clutter

Slow journalism to cut through the clutter

by IESE Business School on April 9th, 2019

Slow journalism, which consists in offering only a few stories to the reader so he can understand the news and move on with his day, is coming back again to the front stage. Startups like the British Tortoise Media or … Read More

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Who’s in Charge ?

Who’s in Charge ?

by IESE Business School on April 8th, 2019

Venezuela and Libya share tremendous oil wealth but are politically deeply divided exposing the complexity of the international geo-political system and its inability to agree on legitimacy in the face of civil conflict. … Read More

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From Brain Drain to Brain Gain: The Case of Canada

From Brain Drain to Brain Gain: The Case of Canada

by IESE Business School on April 5th, 2019

In my previous blog post, I discussed the topic of entrepreneurial talent and highlighted some findings from the latest GTCI report. One of the key points in the report was about the need to nurture such talents as they … Read More

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Going beyond “do no harm”

Going beyond “do no harm”

by IESE Business School on April 4th, 2019

Patagonia and Interface have announced new mission statements which go beyond sustainability to actively taking part in reversing negative environmental impacts echoing the ideas of Gunter Pauli who introduced the idea … Read More

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Magazines can benefit from Apple’s brand

Magazines can benefit from Apple’s brand

by IESE Business School on March 31st, 2019

On Monday, celebrities and businessmen arrived at Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park in Cupertino, California, ready to find out about the latest Apple innovations. After an embellished introduction about magazine … Read More

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Golan Heights of Folly

Golan Heights of Folly

by IESE Business School on March 27th, 2019

The timing of the US’s recognition of Israel’s annexation of the Golan Heights seems to be more about the political future of Donald Trump and Bibi Netanyahu than the real security of Israel and the region. … Read More

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Will WhatsApp save Facebook?

Will WhatsApp save Facebook?

by IESE Business School on March 24th, 2019

Facebook’s reign as the dominant social media seems to be coming to an end. The platform has experienced a slow but steady usage decline in the last two years. Younger audiences turn to Instagram and Snapchat, where … Read More

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Is it good-bye Mrs May?

Is it good-bye Mrs May?

by IESE Business School on March 23rd, 2019

Thursday, 21st March, a thousand days since the vote, another historical day in the Brexit saga! But next week promises to be even more interesting. We were told over and over again, “Brexit means Brexit”, and the … Read More

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