What do movies Resident Evil and Equilibrium and TV series The Simpsons have in common? They depict incredibly unsafe companies to work for.
Real Business finds out what the priciest memorabilia of all time has been ? and that Matt Damon’s The Martian suit is currently up for grabs.
When it comes to voice biometrics, The latest Star Wars movie, Rogue One, got me thinking about how long Hollywood has depicted humans having conversations with machines.
Like most kids, I loved Star Wars and was enthralled by the adventures of the rebellion fighting against the evil empire. All I wanted to do when I grew up was become a Jedi like Luke Skywalker. Not much to ask, but then again I?ve always been ambitious ? even as an eight year old. As I got older, a funny thing happened ? a Jedi Knight I became thanks to the lessons from Star Wars movies!
With Rogue One: A Star Wars Story finally making an appearance on the big screen, one travel company has taken it upon itself to offer a Storrmtrooper experience in the Maldives.
As an entrepreneur, I’m proud my business subscribes to a Jedi culture. At a time which has seen many businesses lose the trust of the people, including the likes of Volkswagen, wouldn’t it be great if more business owners installed a Jedi culture to help make the world a better place?
Hasbro came under fire in January upon launch of its Star Wars Monopoly set for excluding new female heroine Rey, who joined the sci-fi franchise in new film The Force Awakens. Not wanting to follow in the footsteps of its rival, Mattel has expanded its Barbie Fashionistas line to include three new body types and a variety of appearances.
Hasbro has confirmed that it would be adding Rey to its Star Wars Monopoly set following extensive fan criticism. The hashtag "#WheresRey" trended for several days as fans complained about the omission of the female lead – and an eight-year-old girl managed to make the company realise there would essentially be no plotline without her.
Away from earthly proceedings Jonathan Cooper-Bagnall, EVP and commercial director at Proxima, took an extra-terrestrial turning into neutral universe to speak to Fango Jett, one of the surviving members of the Death Star (mark II) construction team and under an alias so as to protect him from the latest Sith Lord Kylo Ren, and Skek, a relative of USS Enterprise first officer Spock.
From the opening scene of the original "Star Wars", the 1977 classic showcases a number of security issues that are still prevalent today. Whether it’s R2-D2 storing the stolen Death Star plans and gaining unauthorised access into critical systems like garbage compactors, there are more than a few parallels that can be drawn.
It's a case of “the Force is strong” for British film production studio Pinewood, the shooting location of soon-to-be-released Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens, which has experienced a 186 per cent profit growth.
What do you need to have a viral video on your hands? YouTube has just announced its five ads of the decade.