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On November 22nd, Merav Ash (Hason) was the main guest at the second meeting of the DigitalRosh Live series – Weaving Digital, and talked about
Domino’s Pizza is the largest pizza chain in the world. One of the main factors that lead her to that is the dedication to tech
One of the interesting Case Studies is Shell – Which is using AI to deliver cleaner, safer and more reliable energy with less environmental impact.
A CNBC reporter tried the new high-tech shopping experience and saw how prices and product selection have changed since Amazon took over Whole Foods.
Many senior executives moved around at Yahoo in just over 5 years when Marissa Mayer became Yahoo’s seventh CEO. She left a record of impressive
Black Entertainment Television (BET) helped create the first black billionaire in the US and was the first black-owned business to trade on the New York
Karl Bess, a reluctant manager, took the helm at Autodesk, and pulled the company out of the global economic crisis. At one point, he was
Lou Gerstner became CEO of IBM in 1993. Facing the competition, he renewed the structure and culture of IBM and restored its position as a
CNBC Video – A tour of Intel’s US chip manufacturing plant, which is expanding as part of CEO Pat Gelsinger’s bold plan to restore Intel’s
Cavalia specializes a circus-like show combines horses, acrobatics, and digital. Innovative “blue ocean” inspiration by Normand Latourelle.
An Unusual Event During the “Shomer Homot” Operation: an Iron Dome Interceptor Almost Shot Down an F-15
How did it happen that during the “Shomer Homot” operation, the Iron Dome battery launched an interceptor at an Air Force F-15 fighter jet? Another
How Harvard and MIT founded edX as a non-profit organization, supported by 500 universities in the world, and then sold the enterprise for 800 million