Weekly readings – 25th Jan 2020

The Case Against Huawei

America’s new favorite restaurants are Wawa, Sheetz and 7-Eleven. It’s interesting to see a shift in the behavior of consumers who prefer not walking around in big stores or driving to a fast food restaurant.

Why it only costs $10k to ‘own’ a Chick-fil-A franchise

Why Japan is so successful at returning lost property

A concerning piece on Bumble, its toxic culture and a CEO that doesn’t inspire a whole lot of confidence

From the darling of fast fashion to bankruptcy: the tale of Forever 21’s demise. This should be the perfect case study for inadequate management, failing leadership and inability to adapt to the changing environment.

The State of Mobile in 2020. App Annie 2020 Report

The SaaS Marketing Bible [41+ Strategies & Case-Studies]. Certainly some good bits of information in there

How Ghent, a city in Belgium, inspired Birmingham to encourage more pubic transit usage

“[A city’s] best car plan is a bike plan,” he said. “Providing more space for walking and cycling leads not only to more people walking and cycling, it also makes space for people who really need to use their cars.”

The Guardian

Ethiopia Pushes Privatization to Give Its Economy a Sugar Rush

Source: DuckDuckGo

An excellent ads by Apple

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