Management Professor Hamid Bouchikhi paints Travis Kalanick’s fall from grace as an example of the entrepreneurial Icarus Paradox.
As new technologies, products, and channels of consumption throw the film industry into a period of transformation, will the Cannes film festival continue to be as important as it once was?
Until now, the film industry has been more or less been able to shield itself from digital upheaval. But this year's festivals season, including Cannes, is offering us a glimpse of changes to come.
Marketing Professor Emmanuelle Le Nagard explains how ‘perceived obsolescence’ can be a double-edged sword for firms like Apple.
This new study - DIgital & the City - conducted by the ESSEC Chair for Real Estate and Sustainable Development, aims to illustrate how French students see their lives in the city of the future, and get to the bottom of some widely accepted assumptions.
Crowdfunding is an industrial revolution in that it flips the Venture Capitalist fundraising model
A new case method unveils the strategy, tangible operations and business models of one of Europe’s biggest rock music festivals
Catchy campaign draws legitimate criticism, but holds promises for the future of giving
The International Observatory of Sports Consumption finds evidence of a positive link between watching and playing.