For most of the 20th Century, Eastman Kodak Company (often referred to simply as Kodak) was one of the most recognizable brands in the world. Founded in 1888, Kodak dominated the film and camera markets — in 1976, Kodak had 90% of the film market and 85% of the camera market in the United States. The phrase “a Kodak moment” — describing an event in one’s life that needed to be captured on film for posterity — became a common part of the American lexicon.
However, by the mid-2000s, Kodak was reeling. Although it had built a significant … Read more
The World Economic Forum threw a knockout punch last month when it released its report, “The Future of Infrastructure: An Ambitious Look at How Blockchain Can Reshape Financial Services.” When Giancarlo Bruno, the World Economic Forum’s Head of Financial Services Industries, stated powerfully and unequivocally, “Rather than to stay at the margins of the finance industry, blockchain will become the beating heart of it,” the world felt the impact.
Like so many other things that we know are important to do, but which we may struggle to find the time for, reading the roughly 130-page World … Read more