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15 INNOVATIVE WAYS (BIG AND SMALL) TO INNOVATE
February 22, 2013 | Report on Business Magazine| by Dawn Calleja, Shane Dingman, Tavia Grant, Jessica Leeder, Iain Marlow and Nathan VanderKlippe
innovation  Tavia_Grant  Iain_Marlow  Cisco  Pebble  root_cause  second-order  questions  clusters  large_companies  brands 
february 2013 by jerryking
Desire2Learn finally accepts venture investment - The Globe and Mail
IAIN MARLOW - TECHNOLOGY REPORTER

The Globe and Mail

Published Tuesday, Sep. 04 2012
venture_capital  vc  Iain_Marlow  Desire2Learn 
september 2012 by jerryking
Wireless upstart model failing, future grim: analyst - The Globe and Mail
Wireless upstart model failing, future grim: analyst
iain marlow
Globe and Mail Update
Published Monday, Nov. 21, 2011
wireless  Iain_Marlow  failure  Anthony_Lacavera 
november 2011 by jerryking
Mobilicity CEO steps down - The Globe and Mail
iain marlow — TELECOM REPORTER
Globe and Mail Update
Published Friday, Nov. 18, 2011
wireless  mobile_phones  Mobilicity  John_Bitove  CEOs  Iain_Marlow  Anthony_Lacavera 
november 2011 by jerryking
Bid for Nortel patents marks Google's new push into mobile world - The Globe and Mail
IAIN MARLOW — Telecom Reporter
From Tuesday's Globe and Mail
Published Monday, Apr. 04, 2011

“Google’s lawyers see much more clearly than I do what patent litigation
they’re open to – they’re the ones who are best in a position to
judge,” he said, noting that this investment could, theoretically,
insure the company against some very expensive litigation.
patents  Nortel  Google  mobile  Iain_Marlow  litigation  pre-emption 
april 2011 by jerryking
Google, the great disruptor, takes aim ... at everything - The Globe and Mail
Omar El Akkad and Iain Marlow

From Saturday's Globe and Mail Published on Friday, Jan. 08, 2010 9:32PM
EST Last updated on Saturday, Jan. 09, 2010.

A decade ago, the Web company made its name by helping people find
things on the Internet. But Google no longer believes the future of the
Web is on the personal computer. Instead, the company predicts most
people will soon be connecting to the outside world through mobile
devices. If that prediction is right, it means that's where advertising
dollars are going too.

Today, Google is expanding into more areas than at any time in its
history: smart phones, e-readers, operating systems, on-line stores. Its
unveiling this week of the first Google-branded phone running on the
Android system, the Nexus One, was just the latest such expansion.

And in almost every sector it touches, Google is disrupting the
ecosystem, creating a new wave of winners and losers in its wake.
Google  disruption  structural_change  competitive_landscape  expansions  ecosystems  Omar_El_Akkad  Iain_Marlow 
january 2010 by jerryking

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