business wars

Iconic and sometimes notorious business wars between key thought leaders and competitors in multiple categories, genres, and topics. From Nintendo and Sega to Penthouse and Playboy.

  • David Wyld
    Published 7 months ago
    "By Any Means Necessary?"

    "By Any Means Necessary?"

    Sometimes, when casually scrolling through your Facebook feed, you just stumble upon something that makes you silently say—or sometimes verbalize out loud—a one-word reaction. Sometimes, that is a "Wow!" Sometimes, it can be "Damn!" With, of course, far different meanings based on your intonation. Other times, it can simply be an expletive, and on occasion, that can be the only proper response.
  • David Wyld
    Published 10 months ago
    The Price Isn't Always Right

    The Price Isn't Always Right

    The wine aisle. Is there a more confusing, confounding place on earth for anyone who doesn't happen to be a sommelier?
  • David Wyld
    Published 10 months ago
    Scout Fight
  • Sasha Konikovo
    Published about a year ago
    Craziest CEOs of All Time

    Craziest CEOs of All Time

    One of the most commonly-cited trivia pieces about mental illness is that CEOs and business owners are far more likely to be psychopaths than the average person. Some stats suggest that as many as 1 in 5 CEOs are psychopathic or sociopathic in nature.
  • Naomi Bennett
    Published 2 years ago
    Fashioning Business Ethics

    Fashioning Business Ethics

    Ethical Management and marketing techniques, within both fashion houses and high street retailers, have become a massive part of a brands identity, with some brand’s even establishing this concept of "fair fashion" as the center of their entire brand identity.
  • Ben W
    Published 2 years ago
    Facebook v. Google: Battle of the Search Engines

    Facebook v. Google: Battle of the Search Engines

    While Google has been the dominant player for many years in the search engine function market, Facebook is the online company and service who is hoping to eventually put an end to that domination. While Google holds over 63 percent of the market share for search engines and over 95 percent of the market share when it comes search engines for mobile devices, Facebook is steadily making some of that ground up. Due to the fact that Facebook has over a one billion active user base, a large audience, and a great amount of both financial, labor, and technological resources, they are the only ones out there who could compete with Google for Search Engine users.
  • Word Enchantress
    Published 2 years ago
    Big Mistakes That You Don't Realize You Are Making

    Big Mistakes That You Don't Realize You Are Making

    Time and time again, I watch new businesses open and close! It recently dawned on me that there are several "classic" mistakes that business owners are making. I have compiled a short list of tips that I hope you will find helpful!
  • Brian Yatich
    Published 2 years ago
    Digital Shift Dawns on Banks

    Digital Shift Dawns on Banks

    With the massive growth of digital technology, a lot of institutions are slowly adapting to this new trend in a bid to reduce cost, enhance efficiency and generate more revenue.
  • Neil Barman
    Published 3 years ago
    Easy Steps to Master "Growth Hacking"

    Easy Steps to Master "Growth Hacking"

    “A start-up is a company designed to grow fast…..If you want to understand start-ups, understand growth.” – Paul Graham
  • Seller's Choice
    Published 3 years ago
    The Ultimate Guide To eBay Optimization

    The Ultimate Guide To eBay Optimization

    If you’re an eCommerce seller, you’ve likely considered selling on eBay—if you don’t already. According to Statista, eBay ended 2016 with upwards of 167 million active buyers, and the gross merchandise volume in “Home & Garden” alone was $11.8 million. That’s a huge potential audience for HomeRev sellers.
  • Seller's Choice
    Published 3 years ago
    The Amazon Terminology Cheat Sheet

    The Amazon Terminology Cheat Sheet

    Owning and running an eCommerce business involves so many moving parts and unfamiliar lingo, it sometimes feels like you’re speaking another language entirely! From the marketing terminology to knowledge about fulfillment practices, there are thousands of words that go into building your own online company.
  • Seller's Choice
    Published 3 years ago
    The Introductory Guide to Online Marketplace & E-Commerce Platform Selling - Part 1

    The Introductory Guide to Online Marketplace & E-Commerce Platform Selling - Part 1

    If you’re building a home goods or lifestyle e-business, the multitude of online platforms can be overwhelming. How do you know which platform will best reach your target audience and have the highest success rate?