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To Succeed as an Entrepreneur, Focus on the 5 Golden Priorities
Running a business is all about making decisions. Keep in mind what is most important and the better option will be easier to recognize.
These New Earbuds Let You Adjust the Volume of Everything Around You
Doppler Labs' new invention can help you turn down the volume of a concert in real time.
Does Innovation Disrupt Job Growth?
How do you balance the Warby Parker disrupters of the world with innovation-fueled job loss?
Game Changer: The First 3-D Printed House Is Coming
Just think, you can print up the house of your dreams for less than the cost of other new homes.
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This Man Is Revolutionizing the Storage Biz, One Bin at a Time
MakeSpace is thinking outside the box when it comes to storage.
This MIT Grad Is Changing Medicine With a Needle-Covered Pill
Once he explains how it works, the idea is easy to swallow.
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Google's Projects Jacquard and Soli Make Fabric That's Interactive
Google's new Advanced Technology and Projects group efforts aim to make wearables that are kind of like touch screens.
How Patents Proliferated in the U.S. and Around the Globe (Infographic)
Our nation's advanced patent system is very different the one adopted in 1790.
5 Enterprise Marketing Secrets From Ahead-of-the-Curve Companies Like Hubspot
Customer evangelism, helpful content and alignment of sales and marketing are just some of their ingredients for success.
The 10 Most Influential Leaders in Tech Right Now
Jony Ive, Apple's chief design officer, is the runner-up in a new ranking.
What's on Tap for Google at I/O 2015
A taste of what to expect when the show starts in earnest tomorrow.
Ford CEO Wants to Make a Self-Driving Car for the Masses
In a wide-ranging interview, CEO Mark Fields talked about his strategy and plans to deal with challenges from Google, Uber and ... China.
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5 Ways to Keep Mediocrity From Killing Innovation at Your Startup
Make sure your company keeps innovating even as it grows.
The Feds Have $2.5B Available to Fund Innovative Small Companies
The Small Business Administration is crisscrossing the nation to educate entrepreneurs about how to apply for grants focused on early stage companies.
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