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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.
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.
Google's Eric Schmidt Wants You to Know Glass Isn't Dead
The company's wearable face computer isn't gone for good.
5 Mindsets That Can Kill Your Best Ideas
At the heart of innovation is a single question -- and here's how to think about your answer.
Big Companies That Embrace Intrapreneurship Will Thrive
Without innovation, enterprises get too "comfortable" with past successes, and eventually go out of business.
This Is What It's Like to Ride in a Driverless Car
Are fully autonomous, 'driverless' cars within grasp? A new Mercedes-Benz prototype shows the possibilities.
This Is Where Google Says Glass Went All Wrong
The Explorer program may have brought too much early attention.
Alibaba's Latest Payments Innovation: Selfie-Powered Transactions
The ecommerce giant is taking another step into the world of mobile payments – this time, using the selfie as an authentication tool.
SXSW: Steve Case Asks Entrepreneurs -- Are You Ready For the Third Wave?
The thought leader says entrepreneurs must adapt to these 4 megatrends or perish.
4 Ways to Balance Urgency and Innovation in Your Startup
Balancing the long term and the short term requires finesse.
SXSW: Talking Vegetables, Selfie Pods and More Insane Products From SXSW's Tradeshow Floor
Japanese ad giant Hakuhodo showcases a series of brand-new, futuristic products at Austin this year.
5 Ways Service Companies Can Be Innovative
Much public love goes to product companies, but service providers can also be imaginative and exciting.
Could the Apple Watch Actually Hurt Apple's Phone Business?
By making us gradually less interested in our phones, Apple might be in turn ultimately hurting its iPhone sales.
Game of Drones: As U.S. Dithers on Regulations, Rivals Get a Head Start
It's likely to be a year or more before the FAA's regulations are in place - good news for companies operating outside the U.S.
Hacks, tricks and tips to remove common barriers to creativity.
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