Laura Entis is a reporter for Fortune.com's Venture section.
The Tesla chief is looking to hire software engineers for his autonomous vehicle division.
It's the first in Hasbro's line of 'companion' pets for the elderly.
Shoppers at the Ralph Lauren Polo flagship store in New York City can now engage with Oak Labs' smart, interactive fitting-room mirrors.
A new study found that those who drink three to five cups of coffee a day (decaf or caffeinated) may be less likely to die prematurely.
The suit seeks millions in damages including, in some cases, child-rearing expenses up to the age of 18.
Facebook is testing a strange, new ephemeral feature in France.
Square, Facebook and Google have also entered the peer-to-peer payments space.
Radicals & Visionaries
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Because sometimes it's fun to color inside the elaborate lines.
The answer combines science and YouTube.
Tips for increasing well-being without significantly altering one's life circumstances.
He just joined the board of 'fake meat' startup Beyond Meat.
Instead of constantly fundraising, Y Combinator graduate Watsi has adopted a more defined model.
Top Company Cultures
CEO and founder Ben Kirshner sees a direct correlation between employee satisfaction and profits.
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