To make it in France, McDonald's made itself look like a French company and offered French favorites.
The company successfully strategizes how to meet its green goals.
Is Google spreading itself too thin?
Wharton professors discussing the "customer lifetime value," which has been a boon for companies from Netflix to Verizon.
On the maturity of the Net Promoter Score.
A la carte services and the cloud are changing the way companies do business.
The problems are large, and the world economies are tied more closely together than ever before.
A look at what advances are being made, and how.
Will the trend last beyond the economic downturn?
A look at Apple under new CEO Tim Cook.
Consumer spending is 70% of our GDP.
A look at BlackBerry maker Research In Motion's next move.
As companies amass patents to sue each other, is it time for the patent system to be reformed?
Thoughts two University of Pennsylvania academics on the tech sector's recent upheaval.
A panel of thought leaders weighs in.
Ron Johnson made the right moves at Apple. Can he bring a winning retail strategy to his new gig?
The two companies are walking a tightrope. How will it play out?
Now that the deal is done, a look at NBC's new parent.
According to the retailer's CEO, the key to success is hiring and cultivating the right people.
Color commentary on a move that shows how rapidly evolving technology can force corporate flip-flops.