It’s that time of the month when Matt and Jim revisit recent RevRec industry information collected, collated and, um, coddled for your convenience. Fun banter ensues among the topics of recent FASB recommendations, AICPA updates for new guidance and the fork in the road between a life of law enforcement or technology. Talk about a […]
Technology strategist Michael Wolf presented on “The 9 Most Important Insights for Tech and Media in 2017” at WSJDLive, The Wall Street Journal’s global tech conference last week.
The traditional Indian tea stall, an age-old cultural symbol, has taken a small but important step in the Subscription Economy. Mumbai-based Chotu Chai Wala allows offices in the business district of Bandra to subscribe to daily tea deliveries from their favorite local chai stands. Created by Zepo in a local ecommerce development platform, Chotu Chai […]
The subscription-only technology site The Information is a niche product, at $399 a year. An interview with Founder and CEO Jessica Lessin
Lyft co-founder John Zimmer spoke on autonomous cars, the future of car ownership, and the company’s plans in a recent interview with Bloomberg TV.
Amazon has just launched its long-awaited Spotify competitor, Amazon Music Unlimited.
Breaking onto the scene with a bro-tastic 2012 ad, Dollar Shave Club built a billion-dollar company on delivering men’s razors directly to their doorsteps. Chicago’s newest e-commerce startup, Oars + Alps, wants to bring the same level of convenience to men’s skincare products.
Zuora CEO Tien Tzuo delivered a closing keynote at Dell EMC World, 2016 in Austin last week where he explained how the social side and the technology side of innovation come together in practice.
If you’re involved in corporate finance these days, scary times aren’t confined to the month of October. That eerily omnipresent sound you’re hearing isn’t slow footsteps creaking across floorboards as the grim reaper approaches, but rather the spine-tingling tick-tock-tick-tock of a clock counting down to the 2018 effective date for the new revenue recognition accounting […]
The Financial Times removed words from stories to convince readers to whitelist its site. 47% agreed
By Ricardo Bilton Hope isn’t lost for media organizations trying to get readers to stop blocking their ads. Maybe all they have to do is ask. In July, The Financial Times ran a 30-day experiment to see what it would take to get people to whitelist the site in their adblocking software. Fifteen thousand of its registered users […]
On this episode of “Ask the RevRec Experts,” Matt and Jim bring back RoseRyan’s Diana Gilbert to pose some questions generated by her recent discussion of “The Revenue Recognition Principle” on the podcast. Tackled queries include how to connect the dots to the new revrec standard, what is basic and what’s complex and the significance […]
Sports television had long been the missing puzzle piece and Achilles heel for OTT video ascendancy, holding it back from taking over entertainment. Until now.