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News and Trends

News and Trends

Jeff Bezos's 10,000-Year Clock Is Revealed

Plus, Fox News is creating its own streaming service and Rent The Runway launches a bridal service.
Twitter

Twitter's Business May Finally Be Trending in the Right Direction

What you can learn from the struggling social site's turnaround.
Celebrities

Ryan Reynolds Just Bought a Gin Company He Called 'the Best on the Planet' -- But His Email Reply Makes It Seem Like a Joke

The company told Business Insider Reynolds will 'play an active leadership role in the business and creative direction.'
Robots

Watch This Robot Endure Abuse While Opening a Door

The mechanical hound gets repeatedly blocked from opening and walking through a door, but it never gives up.
Gig Economy

Side Gigs Are a Thriving Part of the Economy That Economists Probably Aren't Measuring Very Well

The dog walker you hired online is an example of the personalized and localized economy traditional economic measures might not be capturing.
Cannabis

Colorado Starts a 'Cannabis Conversation' On Driving While High

More than half of marijuana users surveyed said they "consistently" drove while high in the last 30 days.
Millennials

People Want to Help the World, But They Want to Be Recognized for It

A recent study found that aspiring millennial entrepreneurs aren't just thinking about how they can help, but if their contribution will be valued by the recipients.
The Digest

How An Odd Macadamia Nut Milk Company Caught Walmart's Attention Without Doing Any Marketing

Milkadamia started as an experiment in coffee shops. It's now carried by 5,000 stores in the U.S.
Project Grow

How 2 Friends Quit Their Jobs and Pursued Their Dreams of Purple Ice Cream That Gets Thousands of Likes on Instagram

The founders of Soft Swerve in New York City discuss the creation of their signature product and how they keep customers coming back for more.
Apple

People Keep Walking Into Glass at Apple's Headquarters

Apple likes to use a lot of glass, but employees are walking into glass walls as there are apparently no markings on them.
Biohacking

Biohacker Plans to Sue After Authorities Deactivate Transit Pass Embedded in His Hand

The man cut the chip out of the travel card, encased it in biocompatible plastic and had it implanted under the skin on his left hand.