Contagious diseases can spread quickly, and misinformation can too. Here's how to find information from trustworthy sources during a public health crisis.
Why Alibaba's strong debut on the Hong Kong Exchange is prompting short-term and long-term considerations to sort through.
In an increasingly always-on, connected world, it’s easy to assume that everyone reaps the benefits of technological advances. But is that really the case?
App makers delayed updating to a more secure version of Google’s Android platform just so they could continue to harvest and sell users’ personal data, new research shows.
It is the most expensive deal in IBM’s 108-year history, but the $34 billion acquisition of Red Hat is one that seems likely to pay off. Maryland Smith’s Tunay Tunca explains why.
Who will “friend” the new Facebook cryptocurrency? Maryland Smith experts weigh in, after the social media giant’s announcement that it would launch a new blockchain-based payment service, called Libra.
Boeing blames software for two recent disasters involving its 737 MAX narrow-body plane, but an information technology expert at Maryland Smith points toward design and marketing flaws instead.
Burger King and McDonald’s are responding to the changing concerns and palates of the consumer, particularly the millennial consumer. Here's how.
Ride-hailing services that want to grow revenue should share more with drivers and charge passengers less, a working paper from Maryland Smith shows.
For small to midsized businesses, like their larger counterparts, success correlates with being adept in an interlinked web of financial entities and networks, supply chains and ecosystems.