Summary of Winners & Losers

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Winners & Losers summary
The top corporate performers of 2016 are responsive “algorithmically driven” companies.

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Armed with his signature brisk delivery style and wry wit, brand strategist Scott Galloway fires a salvo of facts and figures about 2016’s corporate winners and losers and makes bold forecasts for 2017. He critiques the “gang of four” – Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google – which he believes is shirking its moral duties. getAbstract recommends Galloway’s animated report to investors and executives who want to keep a finger on the pulse of market trends.

In this summary, you will learn

  • Which high-profile companies made gains and which lost out in 2016;
  • How the “gang of four” – Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google – is performing; and
  • How the gang of four is shirking its moral responsibilities.
 

Summary

Of the 13 corporations that outperformed the S&P 500 every year from 2012 to 2016, most are “algorithmically driven”; that is, they collect real-time customer data that improve the consumer experience instantaneously. Thus, each additional...
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About the Speaker

Scott Galloway is a professor of marketing and brand strategy at New York University’s Stern School of Business.


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