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Pac-Man and Google Maps: A Genius Match
collaboration

Pac-Man and Google Maps: A Genius Match

Google's decision to transform Google Maps into a playground for fans of the retro video game proves that the best ideas don't have to be new ideas.
Carly Okyle
Your Comfort Zone Is Killing Your Success
Growth Strategies

Your Comfort Zone Is Killing Your Success

Comfort is the enemy. If things are easy, it's time to shake up your career.
Scott Hansen
Amazon Dash Makes Shopping as Easy as Pushing a Button
Amazon

Amazon Dash Makes Shopping as Easy as Pushing a Button

The tech giant rolled out its expansion of the Dash program, which includes brand-specific buttons that let you order supplies.
Nina Zipkin
5 Ways Your Startup Can Continue to Innovate in a Fast-Paced World
Innovation

5 Ways Your Startup Can Continue to Innovate in a Fast-Paced World

Even with resource constraints, smaller companies do have major advantages in developing and rolling out innovative products: They move fast and are not constrained by the processes and bureaucracy that hinder larger companies.
Sandra Ponce
Take a Break From Your Business
Productivity

Take a Break From Your Business

It may seem counterproductive, but the best way to grow your business may be to distance yourself from it for a little while.
Lisa Evans
Google's Next Goal: Trying to Improve Robot-Assisted Surgery
Google

Google's Next Goal: Trying to Improve Robot-Assisted Surgery

Through a new partnership with Johnson & Johnson, Google is coming to an operating room near you.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
9 Startup Ideas That Were Ahead of Their Time
Innovation

9 Startup Ideas That Were Ahead of Their Time

In the technology industry, the only thing worse than being wrong is being early.
Erin Griffith
3 Ways IT Innovation is Changing the Game for Small Businesses
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3 Ways IT Innovation is Changing the Game for Small Businesses

The ability to invest in IT organically allows an organization to scale at pace, keeping them competitive in the market without breaking the bank.
Lou Ennuso
Apple's Tim Cook on Leadership: 'The Most Important Data Points Are People'
Leadership

Apple's Tim Cook on Leadership: 'The Most Important Data Points Are People'

Cook, who took over for Steve Jobs in 2011, stresses that CEOs need to make swift decisions.
Laura Entis
The Millionaire Entrepreneur Offering a One-Way Ticket to Mars
Space Travel

The Millionaire Entrepreneur Offering a One-Way Ticket to Mars

Some people want to change the world, while others would rather just leave it behind.
Why the Consumer and Finance Industries Are Ripe for Disruption
Innovation

Why the Consumer and Finance Industries Are Ripe for Disruption

As big and important as these sectors are to our daily lives, innovation is seriously lagging.
Ryan Caldbeck
Disruption Yet Again: 3 New Technologies That Will Transform Marketing
Technology

Disruption Yet Again: 3 New Technologies That Will Transform Marketing

Smart devices give access to new sources of data that can be used to enrich relationships with customers.
Joe Davis
6 Lessons Businesses Can Learn From a Michelin-Rated Restaurant
Lessons

6 Lessons Businesses Can Learn From a Michelin-Rated Restaurant

After doing a behind-the-scenes tour of restaurant Joël Robuchon, I learned many insights and lessons that can be applied to entrepreneurs, regardless of the industry they're in.
Vic Keller
Google's Eric Schmidt Wants You to Know Glass Isn't Dead
Google Glass

Google's Eric Schmidt Wants You to Know Glass Isn't Dead

The company's wearable face computer isn't gone for good.
Benjamin Snyder