News and Articles About Innovators
A mention on Oprah's Favorite Things list used to be golden for businesses. But with her list now only in magazine format, is the same still true?
Say goodbye to the cupcake and the Cronut-- hospitality consultant Andrew Freeman predicts six fresh trends for the restaurant industry in 2014.
Shu-ling Garver started Engineering for Kids, a program that teaches the basics of engineering and design to kids.
With Twitter's IPO, this year and next are shaping up to be epic for co-founder Jack Dorsey -- and for his wallet.
Three companies demonstrate how they use storytelling to get their message across.
The 19-year-old pop star reportedly led a $1.1 million seed round for a new social network called Shots of Me.
The Berlin-based online music platform has gone from being relative niche platform for techno musicians to an audio hub for everyone from the White House to Beyoncé in the last three years.
Robin Chase says the environmental risks posed by climate change mean companies need to find ways to trade resources with one another.
Surrounding yourself with the right people helps you come up with more and better ideas. Here are three ways to build a community to help you be more innovative.
The young Yahoo CEO has purchased the property that houses Palo Alto's oldest funeral parlor, according to reports.
The company's new program, Startup Blueprint, provides free transaction services and support to tech startups making less than $3 million a year.
Low-cost, online-based companies like TaskRabbit and Fancy Hands reimagine short-term help.
The highest-paid actor on television has signed on to develop and market Lenovos Yoga line of tablets.
During its fiscal fourth quarter, the tech giant sold almost 34 million iPhones -- roughly in line with analyst expectations.
A new report shows more young children are using devices such as iPhones, tablets and Kindles.
Identified collects and organizes people's public information to create the largest professional database on the internet, with one billion profiles and counting.
Just a week after eBay lured Apple e-commerce executive RJ Pittman to join its ranks, Apple has lost another member of its executive team.
There's no such thing as a 'eureka' moment. Creativity isn't in your blood. Most great ideas aren't original. Here are 10 lies about creativity you've believe for too long.
Danae Ringelmann decided that she had to democratize the way that money gets distributed. Everything else hinges off her commitment to solve that one problem.
As the wearable tech market heats up, the tech giant is reportedly experimenting with a heads-up device of its own.
Despite five consecutive quarterly increases, Silicon Valley confidence still lags behind that seen in 2004, 2005 and 2006.
In this inaugural TrepLabs column, we sit down with Slovenian entrepreneur Aljosa Pavsic, who is pioneering hands-free gaming with Eye Jumper.
Innovation is more than just a buzzword, it's what sets successful businesses apart. So how do you make it happen?
Amy Cosper dishes on August's big stories: the importance of nerds and the creation of Bosshole.
Nerdist founder Chris Hardwick shares his business lessons from the best of nerd culture.
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