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Can AI Help Us Manage Our Crippling Cost of Debt?

Staggering levels of debt prevent consumers across the country from building long-term security. Artificial intelligence solutions...

technology
Pejman Makhfi  

Using AI to Give Customers What They Want

Companies like Amazon and Walmart use AI to solve marketing problems, but using AI effectively is...

technology
Nikolas Jintri  

The Fall of Sears - Could They Restructure into E-Retailing?

Once a premier American brand, Sears has been struggling to stay afloat amid fierce competition from...

retail
David Salisbury  

Populist Online Marketing 101

To the dismay of many, political populism has returned. This is the era where the loudest,...

marketing
David Salisbury  

AI is About to Help You Get Dressed

AI is transforming customer engagement — even to the point that it will soon help you...

technology
Nikolas Jintri  

Will AI Overturn the Thinking Economy?

If your job involves thinking for a living, what happens when machines are able to think...

technology
Nikolas Jintri  

Bigotry is Bad for the Economy

The effects of discrimination are felt by everyone. Race and gender biases hold hidden costs, not...

ethics
David Salisbury  

Big Oil's Reluctance to Go Green

American oil companies have made public commitments to exploring renewable energy options. But to date, most...

management
David Salisbury  

Our Dwindling American Dreams

The Internet has ushered in a new economic era. Many new business models have emerged, but...

labor
David Salisbury  

No, Digital Media is Not Green

Because we do most of our work and consume most of our media on digital devices,...

technology
David Salisbury  

How to Survive Artificial Intelligence

Economists expect that widespread automation driven by artificial intelligence will displace workers across many industries. Even...

labor
David Salisbury  

Online Reviews: Popular, But Useful?

Customer reviews have become ubiquitous in online retail. Much like consumers, companies rely on these reviews...

technology
David Salisbury  

Adaptation as the Key to Survival

Comparing thyssenkrupp’s recent innovation strategies to IBM’s past innovation strategies can help us learn how corporate...

marketing
Nikolas Jintri  

Do Tech Startups Give Bitcoin Power to Lift Up… or Destroy Lives?

Cryptocurrencies are particularly appealing to those who are interested in building a global financial infrastructure that...

marketing
Kimberly Rotter  

Sharing Economy Business Models: Focus on Ride-Sharing

The history of conventional taxi regulation could tell us about the future of ride-sharing apps like...

business models
Marina Arshavskiy  

Towards a More Enlightened Sharing Economy

One of the goals of the sharing economy model is to enable the more efficient use...

business models
Robert Springer  

The Young Guru Academy: Responsible Leadership as the Key to Corporate Success

The Young Guru Academy (YGA) is a nonprofit organization that promotes corporate social responsibility by challenging...

corporate social responsibility
Nikolas Jintri  

To Pilot or Not to Pilot – That is the Question

New technology is often piloted by companies before it’s fully rolled out. Then again, some companies...

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When corporations take credit for green deeds, their lobbying may tell another story

Today most large companies issue reports that describe their social and environmental efforts. But what seems...

regulation
Tom Lyon  

The Trump administration wants to end California's role as an environmental innovator

California has one of the most important car markets in the world. The state has long...

regulation
David Vogel  

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Published at the University of California for more than sixty years, California Management Review seeks to share knowledge that challenges convention and shows a better way of doing business.

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