News and Articles About Kids
As large corporations miss the clamoring for products that appeal to both girls and boys, forward-thinking entrepreneurs have the chance to fill the void.
Not only do they run businesses and write. They can cook up a storm. Sample some delightful dishes from our columnists.
Ollie Forsyth didn't let haters kill his spirit. Instead, he drew strength from dyslexic billionaire Richard Branson's stratospheric success story and used their cruel jabs to fuel his entrepreneurial fire.
Hiring your own children can have a ton of advantages, provided you do it right.
The Federal Trade Commission filed a complaint today arguing that the ecommerce giant allowed children to rack up charges on their parents accounts without consent.
Running the gamut from products for children to houses of high-tech, each winner will receive $120,000 in investment capital and mentoring from top Disney execs.
The GPS and Wi-Fi equipped wristbands are intended for pre-school and primary-school aged children.
Lessons come from everywhere -- even that kid selling ice cream from a boat.
After seeing how a classroom full of first graders reacted to a certain gadget, a design partner at Google Ventures decided to test it out at the SEO giant.
Sacramento, CA's Tanishq Abraham joined Mensa at age four and expects to graduate from college by 12 or 13.
What happened when 15-year-old Erik Finman invested a $1,000 gift from his grandma in Bitcoin. Hint: Big money. New business.
The backpack-like bulletproof shield may represent one of the most tragically apropos inventions of our time.
The sooner you get off the nonstop narcissism train, the better. Here's why.
Get your tissues out. After a 4-year-old boy was attacked by a dog while wearing his favorite Under Armour T-shirt, the company reached out with a heartening gift.
The burger chain's new mascot: a Happy Meal with a terrifyingly toothy grin.
A Mother's Day hat tip to some incredibly inspiring women in tech busy breaking down the gender barrier and raising kids at the same time.
You may just end up saving money along with, you know, providing some good life experience.
An elementary school in Elwood, N.Y., has cancelled its year-end kindergarten play in order to better equip its five and six-year-old students with real-world skills.
Shucks. 'Streetlamp of-the-sea' didnt make the final cut. What did? We know you're dying to know the lucky newby's winning web name, so come find out.
There's a reason why kids eat their vegetables, and you can apply it to business.
It's never too early to teach the building blocks of discipline, structure and planning.
The tech giant will award one winner a $30,000 college scholarship for designing a Google Doodle that finishes this sentence: 'If I could invent one thing to make the world a better place '
Certain values can be instilled in children to make them more likely to take risks and embrace failure.
The simple messages in childrens books often reveal sage wisdom applicable for business leaders.