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The US-China Chip War

As the race for technological dominance intensifies, the United States and the European Union are committing substantial funds to chip subsidies, while India is heavily investing in its semiconductor mission. On the other end, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak took a decisive step by announcing a billion-pound subsidy for the

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Technology And AI Enhancing Agri Value Chain

Agritech has been on the rise in the past few years, enhancing every step of the agri value chain. In the United States, the agriculture sector contributes around $1.27 trillion to the national GDP and employs around 2% of the workforce. The use of agritech platforms in the United States

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Do Sellers Deserve Anything Less?

For me, it started with a simple question: “Why is it that sales organizations, the very heart of every growth company, are not as well served with technology as their counterparts in Finance, Human Resources, Marketing, Manufacturing and Operations?” I spent a lot of time thinking about this last summer

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Are Your Customers About To Dump You?

I have had the same mobile (cell phone) company in the UK for around 25 years. However, I am about to leave them—and they don’t know it. With my imminent departure on the horizon, I wondered how do organizations avoid customer defection? It turns out that customers usually indicate they

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The 2018 International Energy Efficiency Scorecard

Energy efficiency is often the least-cost means of meeting new demand for energy services. Not only does it reduce overall energy consumption and thereby reduce dependency on energy imports, but it encourages development and creates jobs. Governments that promote investment

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Why the Solar Revolution Will Hit a Wall

The trend is clear: solar installations, based on existing silicon photovoltaic (PV) technology, should expand their market penetration over the next decade. But beyond then, their growth could hit a ceiling. This is the premise of Georgetown Professor Varun Sivaram’s book, Taming

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