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Digital Darwinism: How Companies Can Survive and Thrive in the Digital Age

·Nicole Goodkind
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Join Yahoo Finace editor-in-chief Andy Serwer as he disccuses how companies can survive and thrive in the digital age with the following panelists:

Nikesh Arora, President and Chief Operating Officer, SoftBank Corp.

John Chen, Executive Chairman and CEO, BlackBerry

David Cote, Chairman and CEO, Honeywell

Sallie Krawcheck, CEO and Co-Founder, Ellevest; Chair, Ellevate Network

It doesn't take a genius to know that the digital revolution has overturned the world order. With connected homes, self-driving cars, robotics, social media and more data being produced in a day than in the entire history of humankind, digital technologies are not only creating exciting new products and companies, they're also disrupting industries as never before. Technology life cycles are shorter than ever, and companies that don't keep up risk quickly falling behind. Traditional approaches no longer work. Ask CEOs to identify their most urgent concerns and most will tell you that finding ways to leverage technology to stay competitive is near the top of their list. So how do companies and CEOs survive this digital Darwinism? What are the keys to not only surviving but thriving in the digital age?