The key to a successful app is knowing what else is out there and finding a way to get ahead.
If you want to build a company that no longer needs to go head to head with others, you need to build leverage.
And four other business lessons I was reminded of after spending two weeks in southeast Asia.
Google's parent on Thursday revealed that efforts to push its vast advertising business toward mobile is paying off as second quarter earnings handily beat Wall Street's expectations.
Select Premier and you'll be picked up by a high-end sedan or SUV, for double the price of a regular Lyft.
Here are strategies that you can implement both on and offline to help keep your ear to the ground, understand your market and keep tabs on your competition.
The two companies have gone head to head in the battle for music streaming customers since Apple Music was launched in more than 100 countries last year.
When you compete against yourself, everybody wins!
Faraday is one of several Chinese-funded startups hoping to challenge Tesla Motors Inc in premium electric vehicles.
The U.S. fast food company had announced in March it was reorganizing its Asian operations by bringing in partners who would own the restaurants within a franchise business.
About a half dozen ride-hailing firms have rushed into Texas tech hub Austin after market leaders Uber and Lyft left the city last month in a huff.
If you're in college, think about the many college business-plan competitions out there. Not in college? There are competitions for you, too.
Uber, the leading ride service in the United States and much of the world, and Didi Chuxing, which claims 87 percent of the Chinese market for private vehicle ride-hailing, now share at least four investors.
The music streaming platform may be counting on nostalgia to help make an impact in a crowded field.
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