Using technology to attack structural inefficiencies in the market for automobile transportation.
Driver fatigue accounts for tens of thousands of crashes a year, and millions of drivers admit to dozing being the wheel on a regular basis. Still others are simply oblivious of their bad driving habits. They brake too hard, …
Technology, once a distraction for students, is finding its way into classrooms in a way that is more seamless than ever.
Wine importer Banfi found critical mass with Riunite in the 1970s. Now it’s looking to win over the younger set with a new lineup of chilled sweet wines.
In the past, the only way to get professional credibility was with a college degree. Now young people are using many different tools to gain a foothold in the business world.
A SaneBox executive outlines the seven deadly sins of email. Are you guilty?
A new breed of media companies are trying to convince people to get their sitcom and drama fix directly from online original programming instead of television.
It’s been said that if you don’t know where you’re going, any road will get you there. That’s why goals are so important. And for hungry start-ups–the ones with a right-brain passion to create a world they want to live …
Watch a group of would-be entrepreneurs during a marathon, 3-day business development and app-building session aboard a bus bound for the annual South by Southwest festival in Austin. A TIME video crew tagged along with one of about 50 teams competing for funding and a broader audience.
Working at a start-up can be stressful. Just ask Chade-Meng Tan, who as Google’s 107th employee, experienced the company back when it was a start-up instead of the behemoth it is today.
Tan was an engineer, and engineers at …