The Steve Jobs of Yoghurt
It starts with a vision. A dream. Than action, with focus. Even in the technology era you can make big bugs in the yogurt business. Leaving the competition behind.
In a scant four years, Hamdi Ulukaya has built something that even Silicon Valley types should covet: a $700 million business that's profitable, dominant and growing at a furious clip.
Even more incredible: Ulukaya makes yogurt. YOGURT.
Innovation: a necessity
Innovating in a rapidly changing world is no longer a choice but a necessity. From SMEs to large companies. In each sector. Read and learn about and start or continue with innovations.
WHEN the board of HP, the world's largest computer-maker, unveiled plans to restructure, it expected the company's shares to suffer; but not to crash by 20%. HP's bosses thought investors would love their plan to spin off the firm's low-margin personal-computer (PC) business, but be wary of their plan to buy Autonomy, a British software-maker, for a handsome $10.3 billion. In fact, they hated both ideas. On August 19th, the day after the announcement, they wiped $12 billion off HP's market value.