SCOTT GALLOWAY BRAIN DRAIN IN A DIGITAL AGE

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Scott Galloway: Brain Drain in a Digital Age

Scott Galloway: Brain Drain in a Digital Age

Finally, a retailer dares to take on Amazon. Walmart recently introduced an annual delivery subscription service, which gives users free delivery for $50 a year.

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Scott Galloway: A Shift in Academia & the Last-Mile Solution

Scott Galloway: A Shift in Academia & the Last-Mile Solution

Another example of brain drain in a digital age: Carnegie Mellon loses 40 robotic engineers to Uber, who has been on a PR tour around the world speaking ...

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Scott Galloway: An Unlikely Winner in a Digital Age

Scott Galloway: An Unlikely Winner in a Digital Age

An unlikely winner in a digital age: Moleskine, whose growth is in tandem with the rise of digital. Sales rose 13% between 2013 and 2014. Oddly enough, sales ...

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Scott Galloway: Vloggers Outshine Celebrities

Scott Galloway: Vloggers Outshine Celebrities

A clear winner in a digital age: Smashbox. Ending print advertising hasn't held back the Estée Lauder-owned beauty firm. To the contrary, Smashbox grew ...

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Scott Galloway: We Got It Wrong

Scott Galloway: We Got It Wrong

A winner: Amazon Web Services. With steadily increasing revenue, the cloud could soon surpass Amazon's retail business. We predicted earlier this year that ...

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The Gangster Marketing Move of 2018

The Gangster Marketing Move of 2018

Prof G weighs in on Nike's choice of Colin Kaepernick as the face of its 30th anniversary “Just Do It” campaign. Song “High” by Sir Sly https://bit.ly/2pDVKHW ...

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Scott Galloway: Expedia’s New Muscle

Scott Galloway: Expedia’s New Muscle

Under Armour and Expedia win in this episode of Winners & Losers, while the media loses viewership and an extraordinary journalist. Under Armour acquired ...

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Scott Galloway: Who is the Most Talented Generation?

Scott Galloway: Who is the Most Talented Generation?

J. Crew is a loser in this week's episode, with same-store sales declining in tandem with its digital fall. J.Crew's Digital IQ rank in L2's Specialty Retail study fell to ...

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Scott Galloway: The Next Frontier

Scott Galloway: The Next Frontier

A big winner: messaging. Three of four smartphone owners used a mobile messaging app at least once a month last year, and the apps aren't only for ...

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Scott Galloway: Stores Are the New Black

Scott Galloway: Stores Are the New Black

As the phone becomes the remote control for your house, the big winner in the $7 trillion Internet of Things market is likely to be Apple or Samsung. The two ...

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Scott Galloway: The Product That Defines Our Age

Scott Galloway: The Product That Defines Our Age

Who's winning the mobile operating system war? While Samsung has more users, Apple dominates with 92% of the industry's profits, proving that luxury ...

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Scott Galloway: This Company Should Be Sold

Scott Galloway: This Company Should Be Sold

Messaging apps are a winner this week. Messaging has been the fastest-growing online behavior in the past five years, with more than a billion new users ...

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Scott Galloway: Scott of Thrones

Scott Galloway: Scott of Thrones

Losers: People who don't have access to the Internet. There are two Americas: the tech bubble and those outside looking in. Losers: Chinese consumers, who ...

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Scott Galloway: What Do Uber, Visa and Four Seasons Have in Common?

Scott Galloway: What Do Uber, Visa and Four Seasons Have in Common?

A loser: companies that actually own stuff. Top brands like Alibaba, Uber, Visa, and Four Seasons are not saddled with inventory or real estate - proving that the ...

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Scott Galloway: Google's Umbrella

Scott Galloway: Google's Umbrella

This week's first winner is the U.S. Postal Service, which delivers an estimated 40% of Amazon packages annually. While Amazon pays the USPS only half of ...

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