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Financial innovation labs: Bank transformers or shiny objects?

SPONSORED: Presented by Wells Fargo As the manager of Wells Fargo’s digital innovation lab, I’m privy to a debate that surfaces around the value of...

3 Reasons Why Poetry Will Make You a Better Entrepreneur

Pick up a book of poetry to expand your possibilities for disruption and innovation.

Electric Vehicle Goals Ignore Some Scientific Facts And Statistics

Through ongoing scientific innovation, and as batteries become more efficient, safer and cheaper, consumers will purchase electric vehicles based on...

Big Tech, the alt-right and the unknown future of the internet

With online hate translating into real-world violence, tech companies wrestle with a new sense of responsibility

Wanted at Infosys: Superhuman CEO to rescue a $10 billion tech company

Infosys, a global consulting and information technology (IT) services company, is looking for a CEO and managing director. Headquartered in Bengaluru...

Red team-blue team? Debating climate science should not be a cage match

Scott Pruit's climate change debate ignores the scientific research behind the phenomenon

There are many cool ways to share the eclipse with kids

The first total solar eclipse in nearly 40 years is a great opportunity for kids to learn about astronomy

In defense of Solitaire, the “perfect game”: Mindfulness, video games and the importance of downtime

Solitaire might be the most-played video game in history. Its legacy — as more than a mere game — endures

Cities need more than air conditioning to get through future heat waves

Over 30 percent of all weather-related deaths in the U.S. are attributable to high temps., heat stroke or sunstroke

How To Launch A Successful Startup: 6 Tips From A Pro (And 3 Mistakes To Avoid)

Through their design and innovation firm Pensa, Kathy Larchian and her husband Marco Perry have launched dozens of successful products. As advisers...

Curiosity rover watches clouds on Mars

Barely visible water-ice clouds coast across Mars’s skies in new videos from the Curiosity rover

Seeing without eyes — the unexpected world of nonvisual photoreception

Proteins in your skin can detect light, which is why humans get tired at night and have energy during the day

Who gets fired for being a “Nazi”? Depends on how expendable you are

Working-class white nationalists and supremacists are being outed and fired, but the professional class is safe

Will Monday’s total eclipse change your life?

Total solar eclipses have the power to touch us deeply and reverberate through our life in unexpected ways

Silicon Valley’s techno-capitalists have a low-wage worker revolt on their hands

While tech growth is expanding mightily — especially for Tesla — and their workers are demanding fairer treatment