Now It's Official: More Google Searches Are Coming From Mobile Than Desktop How the tipping point affects ads

By Adweek


Following years of speculation about the demise of desktop-based search, Google is officially announcing today that for the first time, more searches come from smart phones and tablets than from laptops and desktops.


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The Coming Infrastructure Boom: Are Banks the Best Option To Finance It?

By Bloomberg Business


As the global population moves toward cities, the pressure is on to upgrade infrastructure. It has to be done—but who is going to pay for it all?


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Unlocking the potential of the Internet of Things

By McKinsey & Company


Sensors and actuators connected by networks to computing systems—has received enormous attention over the past five years. A new McKinsey Global Institute report, The Internet of Things: Mapping the value beyond the hype, attempts to determine exactly how IoT technology can create real economic value. Our central finding is that the hype may actually understate the full potential—but that capturing it will require an understanding of where real value can be created and a successful effort to address a set of systems issues, including interoperability.


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Manufacturing’s next act

By McKinsey & Co

Industry 4.0 is more than just a flashy catchphrase. A confluence of trends and technologies promises to reshape the way things are made.

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Revamped Pulse App Could Spark More Activity On The LinkedIn Network

By Forbes


LinkedIn launched a new, standalone version of its Pulse news-reading app on Wednesday aimed at giving users a better-tailored reading experience and more reasons to strike up conversations with their LinkedIn connections.


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Conflict Is Good for Creativity

By Insead Knowledge


Conventional thinking says that conflict is bad for teamwork and should be kept out of the office, but putting individuals in a conflictual state of mind can enhance their creativity.


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