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Steven Called

Steven and Nancy are new friends of mine. Our relationship is serendipitous encounters at several neighborhood bistros where we cocktail and dine at the bar. 346 more words

Business Intelligence

Ariba’s digital handshake helps Caesars up the ante on supply chain diversity

The next BriefingsDirect business trends interview focuses on Caesars Entertainment Corp. and how they’re transforming supplier discovery and improving their supplier diversity through collaboration across cloud-based services and open business networks. 3,159 more words

Dana Gardner

Ariba's product roadmap for 2015 leads to improved business cloud services

The next BriefingsDirect thought-leader interview focuses on the Ariba product roadmap for 2015 — and beyond.

Ariba’s product and services roadmap is rapidly evolving, including improved business cloud services, refined user experience features, and the use of increasingly intelligent networks. 3,332 more words

Dana Gardner

The Networked Economy Will Have A Significant Impact on Developing Country's GDP

Governments of developing countries have recognized that connecting to the networked economy is now possible. This has created the borderless society.

The borderless society offers the ability of free movement of goods services, capital and information. 364 more words

Business Communications

Networks: The new model for B2B business, a panel discussion

New business networks are unlocking the ability for companies to extend processes and insights broadly and affordably to customers, suppliers, and other partners. As a result, data-savvy B2B participants in these networks are better able to engage with their communities in new and innovative ways. 4,459 more words

Dana Gardner

A new theory of energy and the economy - Part 1 - Generating economic growth

How does the economy really work? In my view, there are many erroneous theories in published literature. I have been investigating this topic and have come to the conclusion that both energy and debt play an extremely important role in an economic system. 5,224 more words

Financial Implications

How increased inefficiency explains falling oil prices

Since about 2001, several sectors of the economy have become increasingly inefficient, in the sense that it takes more resources to produce a given output, such as 1000 barrels of oil. 3,532 more words

Financial Implications