News and Articles About The Innovators
High-end mobile phone company Vertu's new smartphone comes with a 24-hour global concierge service.
Nicolas Cary discusses how you could benefit from the burgeoning Bitcoin economy, even if you don't own a single BTC.
To avoid the pitfalls between prototype and real product, take it slow and know who you are trusting to manufacture your product.
The surveillance agency tweeted out a scrambled message on Monday meant to draw in would-be code breakers.
With #AmazonCart, you can now add items to your Amazon shopping basket without leaving Twitter.
Don't be caught off-kilter by unexpected roadblocks and setbacks. Acquaint yourself with these keys for ushering new products into the marketplace.
One is for early detection of ovarian cancer, the other is a microendoscope that gynecologists can use in their exam rooms. Both aim to make a difference in patients' lives.
Apple has filed a patent for 'transparent texting.'
A tech startup helps burgeoning designers connect with U.S. manufacturers -- and paves the way for a small-business boom that's made in the USA.
Pepsi's first chief design officer, Mauro Porcini, encourages leaders to transform their approach to design thinking.
How four MIT students created stylish business clothing from specialized fabrics that breathe, regulate heat, zap moisture and neutralize the bacteria that causes body odor.
CrowdIt, which launches today, is a new online portal which brings together access to capital and professional expertise. It calls itself a 'virtual incubator.'
Here's how one 'trep went from amateur photographer to web mogul, serving up the visuals that enliven the way we work, study, purchase and play.
He missed his shot at Olympic gold, his football career was sidelined by injuries. He has dabbled in modeling and TV presenting. Now, the golden boy may have finally found his footing, in what once would have seemed an unlikely arena: entrepreneurship.
He has one of the most-loved marketing blogs, has penned more than a dozen bestselling books and launched a social site that attracts more than 50 million viewers per month. Yet he makes little effort to cultivate a following. Here, in his first-ever major profile, Seth Godin shares how he does it.
The founder of Adafruit Industries offers insights into how she managed to build a small empire from castaway Altoid tins and other common household items -- and secure the title of Entrepreneur of 2012.
With their site stuck in neutral, two entrepreneurs changed gears and paved a new road to success.
Music industry veteran Ann Mincieli describes working with famous artists like Alicia Keys and the trials of opening up her own studio space in New York. Her goal is to provide a cutting-edge experience that accommodates all skill levels.
Meet the founder of Quirky, a crowdsourced product-development company. Its mission is "to make invention accessible." Its goal: to invent two new consumer products a week. He shares his views on creativity and starting up as part of our Innovators series.
Mike Wolfe, creator and star of the TV show American Pickers, is leveraging a popular passion for the past to build the multimedia empire of the future.
Co-founder of an upcycled clothing and accessories maker describes a new frontier for product innovations.
Founder of the counterculture coffee brand talks about how he's managed to innovate within the age-old coffee industry.
The founder of the body-shaping undergarment company talks about how she turned her invention into a household name.
The co-founder of a successful music distributor for independent artists talks about staying nimble in a fast-changing industry.