How To Meet Higher Customer Expectations With A Digital Transformation

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ValueWalk

Now more than ever, customers desire seamless and personalized experiences at every touchpoint of their buyer’s journey, and that’s where digital transformation comes in, says Gerry Szatvanyi, Forbes Books author of The Great Digital Transformation: Reimagining the Future of Customer Interactions. Q3 2022 hedge fund letters, conferences and more “Amid an evolving era of retail, the most successful companies will be those that are quick to embrace digital transformation as a tool for enhancing customer experiences and brand loyalty,” says Gerry, co-founder, president and CEO of OSF Digital, an … Read More “How To Meet Higher Customer Expectations With A Digital Transformation”

Toyota, Sony consortium sets up firm for advanced chip production

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Kyodo News

A group of leading Japanese firms, including Toyota Motor Corp. and Sony Group Corp., has set up a new company to ramp up the domestic production of next-generation semiconductors, sources familiar with the matter said Thursday. The joint effort by around 10 companies, also including SoftBank Corp. and Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp., comes amid intensifying global competition to develop advanced chips to be used in supercomputers and artificial intelligence. The move also coincides with a worldwide chip shortage that has affected industries ranging from automaking to appliance production… Read More “Toyota, Sony consortium sets up firm for advanced chip production”

Market unease continues in wake of Binance ripping up deal to buy FTX

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City AM

By Darren Parkin Cryptocurrency prices continue to feel the pressure from the ongoing drama at major cryptocurrency exchange FTX. Bitcoin shed 8.3% off its price over the last 24 hours, but there was a notable bounce from yesterday’s low of $15,682, with the original cryptocurrency trading stronger this morning at $16,641. Ethereum is in the red at $1,179, down 7% in the last day. It’s a similar story for cryptocurrencies across the board. The big question is whether yesterday’s slight recovery will pull through until some semblance of investor confidence returns. READ MORE: Binance pull out o… Read More “Market unease continues in wake of Binance ripping up deal to buy FTX”

Miles Bridges Pleads No Contest In Domestic Violence Case

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uSports.org

Former Charlotte Hornets player Miles Bridges pled no contest to a felony domestic violence charge Thursday. He was sentenced to three years of probation but will not serve time in jail after coming to an agreement with prosecutors. Bridges agreed to the prosecutors’ terms that he would enter a no-contest plea, which allows him to avoid admitting guilt while accepting the conviction. In May, Bridges was accused of assaulting his girlfriend in front of their children. In addition to 100 hours of community service, a small fine and a 10-year protective order, keeping him at least 100 yards from … Read More “Miles Bridges Pleads No Contest In Domestic Violence Case”

No need for EU: UK strikes major post-Brexit science and research deal with Switzerland

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City AM

By Michiel Willems The UK and Switzerland have signed a major agreement deepening the relationship between the two countries’ research and innovation communities, the two countries said this morning. Both countries are excluded from the EU’s science partnerships. The deal was signed by UK Minister of State for Science, Research and Innovation, George Freeman MP, alongside Federal Councillor Guy Parmelin, Head of Switzerland’s Federal Department of Economic Affairs, Education and Research, at a ceremony in London. The UK called Switzerland “a natural partner” because it is “placed top of the gl… Read More “No need for EU: UK strikes major post-Brexit science and research deal with Switzerland”

Y2Pay: Robots eat into wage growth in the UK but boost productivity

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By Millie Turner Fears of robots taking people’s jobs have been “overblown”, with low investment and productivity growth being the real culprits behind the UK’s stagnant economy, according to a new report by the Resolution Foundation today. However, automation has dampened the average take-home for staff operating alongside new tech, the report, in collaboration with the London School of Economics, found. Fast developments in artificial intelligence (AI) technologies have sparked concern among the working population over the past decade that they will soon be side-lined for robotics. While aut… Read More “Y2Pay: Robots eat into wage growth in the UK but boost productivity”