May 6, 2021


Together With Her Fashion And Wonder Strains, Naomi Osaka Builds A Private Model

While they might not all the time make the best-dressed listing, they do require a certain breed of movie star to pull off. Not solely do you must have the balls to risk a wardrobe malfunction, however you need to do it with enough confidence that you simply look fierce — not terrified — in the pictures. Take Naomi Campbell’s appearance in Valentino’s couture show during the spring/summer season 2019 presentation. The legendary model gracefully strutted down the runway in a see-by way of robe with a ruffle skirt. Get the inside scoop on all your favorite celebrities with our … Read More

How to Create a Winning Post-Pandemic Business Model

In order for your company to succeed in the post-pandemic era, you must do two things well: Select your strategy carefully to target a defensible market segment and tailor your business model to capture and dominate your target market.

The problem is, most companies aren’t ready to compete on these new terms. The pandemic sharply accelerated market fragmentation. This allowed the digital giants, fueled by their market micro-segmentation, to grow quickly, but most companies have not changed their business model to meet these new conditions. Many managers who rose through the ranks in the previous era simply assumed that their

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Social Media CEOs Can’t Defend Their Business Model

Anyone who has been paying any attention at all knows that big social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube prioritize user engagement above just about anything else. So why won’t their CEOs admit it?

On Thursday, Mark Zuckerberg, Jack Dorsey, and Sundar Pichai testified before Congress for a hearing titled “Disinformation Nation: Social Media’s Role In Promoting Extremism And Misinformation.” By this point, it was far from their first rodeo. The three executives testified in the Senate in late October, and Dorsey and Zuckerberg were hauled back in after the election. Both hearings were loud, incoherent spectacles that included

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Breaking Down Sea Limited’s Business Model

Sea Limited (NYSE:SE) has a highly profitable segment that’s allowing it to fund its other two growing businesses. The digital entertainment division for this South East Asia e-commerce player is throwing off profits, enabling massive investments into building out a far-reaching e-commerce and payments infrastructure. On a Fool Live episode recorded on March 12, Fool contributor Brian Withers discusses the different parts of this growing regional operator’s business and how they add up to an incredible growth engine.

Brian Withers: I’m going to share, Sea Limited’s business model. It’s important to go back a little bit in history and

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Bed-Stuy wine shop changes business model amid pandemic

NEW YORK (WCBS 880) — A small wine shop in Bedford-Stuyvesant is tailor-made for the Brooklyn community it serves.

Happy Cork opened its doors in March 2019 – a year before the coronavirus spread in New York City and changed its business model. Fast-forward two years and Sunshine Foss is displaying her sunny disposition on the WCBS Small Business Spotlight, sponsored by Dime Community Bank.

Foss told Joe Connolly and Neil A. Carousso she rallied her community amid the business shutdowns and offered to sell their products on the new website she designed herself. She was in survival mode.


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4 Signs Your Business Model Is In Desperate Need Of An Update

As nice as it would be to have a single business model work for all eternity, any entrepreneur worth their salt knows this is rarely — if ever — the case.

After all, unless you are living as a hermit in some remote wilderness, you’ll see that the world is constantly changing. Businesses don’t exist in a vacuum. They are directly impacted by the many changes going on around them.

Quite often, this means that you’ll need to change your business model — even some of the foundational aspects of your business. As scary

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