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  • Mobile payments: The view from Square’s Jack Dorsey

    In the past year the mobile payments industry has gathered unprecedented momentum in the US and Europe. California-based Square, which launched its first app in 2010, now competes with Amazon, Google and PayPal, along with some 80 others. This month, businesses used Square’s technologies to process $100 million in sales in a single day. Founder and CEO Jack Dorsey shares the view from the inside.

  • Energy sector: The E.ON transition

    In the latest sign of rapid change in the global energy sector, Germany’s biggest utility, E.ON, which has operations all over the world, announced that it is splitting into two separate companies. The new E.ON will focus on renewable energy, distribution and customer solutions such as smart metering. A separate company, being spun off in 2016, will focus E.ON’s conventional nuclear, coal and natural gas exploration and production operations.

  • Apple, IBM rolling out new business apps

    American tech giants Apple and IBM, headed by Chief Executives Tim Cook and Virginia Rometty respectively, formed a partnership earlier this year to create mobile business apps that are as smart and useful as consumer apps. The fruits of this partnership, being revealed this week, are expected to consist of an initial 10 industry-specific apps – part of a portfolio, called IBM MobileFirst for iOS solutions, which could eventually include 100 or more.


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Knowledge & Thought Leadership

  • Media File
    Executive Monitor: Financial Services Industry

    Among the forces reshaping the financial services industry post-crisis, sweeping regulatory changes and the rise of FinTech emerge as major factors in executive hiring decisions. These and other trends in the reinvigorated war for talent in the financial services sector are examined in this edition of Boyden’s Executive Monitor.

  • Media File
    A Discussion with Arizona State University’s Dan Dillon

    Dan Dillon, Chief Marketing Officer of ASU, talks about making the transition from the consumer packaged goods and restaurant industries to the higher education sector. Looking back on 25 years in domestic and global management roles, he also shares insights on the importance of team chemistry, and the changing role of the CMO.


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