"Our 2019 ranking of companies that have the greatest impact on both industry and culture, shows a number of ways to thrive in today's volatile world," Fast Company says.
"This year, Fast Company editors and writers sought out groundbreaking businesses across 35 industries and each region. We also condemned nominations received through our application process. The 41
The Company Top 10 (plus Another at # 17):
Apple: "Apple's most impressive new product from 2018 was not a phone or tablet, but a chip: A12 Bionic," writes Harry McCracken for Fast Company. "IPhone debut last year, it's the industry's first processor based on a seven-nanometer production process. A12's 6.9 billion transistors deliver dramatically faster performance, lower power consumption and more raw muscle for intensive applications such as AI, AR and high-end photography. At a time when it is tougher than ever to encourage consumers to upgrade, as evidenced by Apple's surprise, January is moving to reduce revenue guidance on slow iPhone sales, positioning the innovative chip design company to create a whole new generation of irresistible experiences. " Full delusional pile – Think before you click ™ – here.
MacDailyNews Take: Hit-whoring is strong with this. Fast Company needs to put down the pipe. This level of whack is a bad look for them. SEE ALSO:
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