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In 2009,Yoram Solomon took a group of executives through a strategic planning process. Following the framework of The Alchemy of Growth, the goal was to identify what products or services does the company have in Horizon 1 (the "Cash Cow") and Horizon 2 (growth stage, although not profitable yet), and then plan the investment in Horizon 3 products, or "The Next Big Thing." To explain the framework, I used existing companies as examples. As we discussed Apple, one of the participants asked what I...

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Apple could revive the ancient scrolls used by the Roman Empire- but with a modern twist.

The Cupertino company has received a new patent for a device consisting of two barrel-shaped casings that house a OLED retractable screen, processing unit, cameras and other electronics.

The patent has suggested that the firm may be looking at alternative designs for its iPhone and iPad.

Apple could revive the ancient scrolls used by the Roman Empire- but with a modern twist. The Cupertino company has received a new patent for a device consisting of two barrel-shaped casings that house a OLED retractable screen, processing unit, cameras and other electronics

Apple could revive the ancient scrolls used by the Roman Empire- but with a modern twist. The Cupertino company has receiv...

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Microsoft's dream of making Windows a major player in smartphones is all but dead, with 1% overall market share.

Even top executives are signaling that the company is treating Windows 10 Mobile as more of an academic exercise than a serious product.

And yet a new report from ZDNet's Mary Jo Foley indicates that Microsoft could have something up its sleeve.

Microsoft is said to be working on a project, to be finished by late 2017, that would let full versions of Windows software run on an ARM proces...

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