Business Video Roundup: Buffalo Wild Wings Gets Saucy, Loida Lewis Talks & AI in Business
In this week’s roundup of great videos for entrepreneurs and business owners, Buffalo Wild Wings fires back at the Chicago gentleman who sued them for false advertising, Forbes’ Diane Brady sits down with Loida Lewis to talk about her incredible journey in the business world, Gong.io CEO Amit Bendov ruminates on how AI will transform business, and PepsiCo’s André Moraes discusses how their Digital Lab goes about helping restaurants grow and succeed. Plus, a lesson in business investments that don’t pan out—why Ford and Volkswagen’s multi-billion-dollar bet on self-driving ended in failure.
Fast Company: Buffalo Wild Wings Claps Back at the Chicago Man Who Sued Them
Fast Company’s Brand Hit or Miss of the Week tackles Buffalo Wild Wing’s saucy response to the Chicago man who filed a lawsuit against the casual-dining chain for false advertising. Did they nail it or should they have just kept quiet?
Forbes: Inside the Amazing Life of Legendary Businesswoman Loida Lewis
Forbes’ Diane Brady interviews Loida Lewis, author of the new book Why Should Guys Have All the Fun? An Asian American Story of Love, Marriage, Motherhood, and Running a Billion Dollar Empire. It’s an inspiring talk, filled with insights and advice about finding your own path and making it (specifically as a woman) in the world of entrepreneurship and business.
Forbes: AI Is Here, And This Is How It Will Change Everyday Life and Business
Fascinating conversation with Gong.io CEO Amit Bendov about how artificial intelligence will change the way we do things in our day-to-day lives and radically transform business moving forward. This is only the beginning.
André Moraes of PepsiCo Foodservice Digital Lab on Helping Restaurants Be Future-Proof
Restaurant Influencers’ Shawn Walchef talks with André Moraes of PepsiCo’s Digital Lab about how they aim to help restaurants grow and succeed. “Data means nothing without insights,” Moraes says. “Insights mean nothing without action.”
CNBC: Why Ford and VW Shut Down Their Multi-Billion-Dollar Self-Driving Project
Sometimes big bets just don’t pan out. Ford and Volkswagen both invested billions into self-driving startup Argo AI, but last year the whole project was shut down. “Profitable, fully autonomous vehicles at scale are a long way off,” Ford CEO Jim Farley said. This 15-minute video from CNBC explores what happened and speculates about the future of the self-driving industry.
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