Turning the office into a place of artistry.
A group representing more than 100 of the biggest corporations in the U.S. has released a statement updating its definition of the purpose of American corporations.
Todd McLeod, the founder of Greater Commons, has a 12-step plan to transform higher education in the U.S., improve our lives, and improve society.
A surprising study reveals how people feel about being replaced by robots in their jobs.
A former employee says the company was trying to rebrand itself as "cool" and "trendy" in order to attract younger workers.
When it comes to cryptocurrency, Bitcoin has long been the king of the hill thanks to its status as the founder of the young industry and its first-mover appeal. A […]
Richard Lyon's visionary plan for the future of innovation at Berkeley.
Astronaut company Virgin Galactic will become first to be publicly traded.
The strike is poised to happen on Amazon's upcoming "Prime Day."
Could 16 Psyche make every person on Earth a billionaire? The space mining race is heating up.
The U.S. law regulating the cosmetics industry was passed in 1938, and it hasn't been significantly updated since.
Beyond Beef sizzles and marbleizes just like real beef, Beyond Meat says.
The pizza giant Domino's partners with a Silicon Valley startup to start delivering pizza by robots.
Nontraditional education options are on the rise.
Are we just making a profit from human emotions?
Despite being free to users, Facebook seems to have a monopoly on our speech, our data, and our lives.
On Friday, Uber will start publicly trading on the New York Stock Exchange, and drivers want to see some of that money.
A new experiment aims to remove the psychological pressures of using Instagram.
Alternative meats are finally hitting the mainstream.
Even if the company call pull it off, are Americans ready to trust fully autonomous cars?
Upstreamism advocate Rishi Manchanda calls us to understand health not as a "personal responsibility" but a "common good."
"Think R2D2," Walmart wrote in a press release. Others are thinking "layoffs."
Michael Dowling, Northwell Health's CEO, believes we're entering the age of smart medicine.
Big tech is making its opening moves into the health care scene, but its focus on tech-savvy millennials may miss the mark.
Monsanto just lost a major court battle to a man who said he developed cancer after using Roundup.
The Bill Gates-backed venture promises to remove CO2 from the atmosphere at a rate of under $100 per tonne.
Most people don't just think the world should be run meritocratically, they think it is meritocratic.