In the next few days, one of the largest consumer electronics firms in the world will launch arguably its most important product for the year.
It’s important to clarify that not every start-up needs to use social media for customer service.
Earlier today, an entrepreneur attempted to explain to the Taskmaster what “cloud computing” is.
One of Old Taskmaster’s guilty pleasures in life is ordering a hot pizza at the end of a chaotic week at Taskmaster Towers.
Domino’s has got a nasty reception on social media after running a week-long teaser campaign for a “game changing” announcement which was to be the “biggest in 20 years”.
Yatango Mobile describes itself as the new kid on the Australian telecommunications block, after launching just last month.
The latest updates to Facebook’s News Feed are not only crucial progress from the company as it faces more competitors, but a call to action for SMEs, experts warn.
Queensland businesswoman Yvette Adams will take part in a study tour in Silicon Valley along with nine other women, two years after appearing in the 2011 StartupSmart Awards Top 50.
Domino’s Pizza is allowing customers to rate stores in real time via a new app, with the information to be shared on Facebook in a bid to improve the stores’ service and operations.
As we outlined recently, Twitter is the fastest growing social network in the world, while Facebook is still picking up considerable numbers of new users despite seemingly reaching saturation point.
The average age of companies that the owners sell at more than $1 billion is seven years, according to US venture capitalist Jacob Mullins, who has revealed the common characteristics of $1 billion consumer tech companies.
The ‘keep it simple, stupid’ principle may have been devised by the US Navy in the 1960s, but it’s a catchcry that has aided many business leaders over the years.
PayPal co-founder Max Levchin is launching a new mobile payments start-up called Affirm, the first project to come out of Levchin’s San Francisco tech incubator.
The co-founder of Facebook-owned photo-sharing platform Instagram has outlined key reasons for the company’s success, after hitting 100 million users since its launch in October 2010.
This article first appeared on June 26th, 2012. “If you're not embarrassed by your first product release, you've released too late,” wrote LinkedIn founder and start-up guru, Reid Hoffman.
Once the brainchild of Harvard classmates, Facebook is now a multi-billion dollar company connecting everyone and everything.
To say Carolina Lopes-Souto and Michelle Raic have a passion for fashion would be an understatement.
Last week, Old Taskmaster set you a simple challenge: To get your first blog post on the internet.
ASX chief executive Elmer Funke Kupper believes proposed new regulations will make it easier for foreign investors to mount a successful takeover of the exchange.
Here you are, dear Taskmaster reader. For ages, you’ve made excuses about how difficult or expensive it is to set up a blog, whinging and crying like Kevin Rudd after a Labor Party leadership spill.