How Does Microsoft Make Money? Microsoft Business Model In A Nutshell


Microsoft is of the largest tech giants, which in 2017 made $89.9 billion in revenues. While Microsoft Office remains the most successful product. Other parts of the business related to advertising, with the Bing search engine, has been growing fast in the last couple of years. Also, the acquisition of LinkedIn has allowed Microsoft to enter … Continue reading How Does Microsoft Make Money? Microsoft Business Model In A Nutshell

Who Owns Coca-Cola? Coca-Cola Business Strategy In A Nutshell


Coca-Cola institutional investors with more than 5% of its stock include Berkshire Hathaway (an investment company owned by Warren Buffet) with 9.38% of shares, The Vanguard Group, holding 6.67% of shares and BlackRock owning over 5.67% of shares of the company. Other individual investors like Herbert A. Allen, director of The Coca-Cola Company since 1982, … Continue reading Who Owns Coca-Cola? Coca-Cola Business Strategy In A Nutshell

What Is Berkshire Hathaway? Warren Buffett’s Company In A Nutshell


Berkshire Hathaway is the investment firm from billionaire Warren Buffett. It was once a textile company founded back in 1839. In 1962 Warren Buffett started to acquire shares of the company until he had ownership of it. However, as Warren Buffett would later notice, Berkshire Hathaway represented the worst investment he’s ever made. Although he … Continue reading What Is Berkshire Hathaway? Warren Buffett’s Company In A Nutshell

Who Owns Disney? Six Myths About Steve Jobs At Pixar


Disney is owned by people like Robert A. Iger,  chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of The Walt Disney Company, since 2005. Others like Jack Dorsey, Twitter co-founder, and Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook won’t probably seek re-election as board members, as companies like Twitter and Facebook have become way more media companies than they used to be. When it … Continue reading Who Owns Disney? Six Myths About Steve Jobs At Pixar

That Single Deal That Made Apple’s iPhone The Most Successful Product Of Our Time


It was the fall of 2006 when Apple had been working on the launch of a product that would revolutionize the smartphone market. Steve Jobs had remarked several times there was nothing “smart” to that market. True, these phones had improved a lot compared to previous phones. However, they were still hard to use, not … Continue reading That Single Deal That Made Apple’s iPhone The Most Successful Product Of Our Time