Data, data, data. It’s said to be the new currency. What is it telling you? How are you tracking it? Does it matter?
Bacteria may light up the future. Glowee, a start-up company based in Paris, France, is developing bioluminescent lights to illuminate shop fronts and street signs.
The most wonderful time of the year is just about here, whether we’re ready or not — but what the Earth is definitely not ready for is the impact the holiday season has on it.
“Safety is the biggest barrier for people who don't cycle,” British entrepreneur Emily Brooke tells Forbes. “You could be lit up like a Christmas tree, but if you’re caught in a vehicle's blind spot you can't be seen.”
Karen Dolva was 12 years old when she bought her first car. Since then, she has continued to have hairy goals. She is currently being praised by the British government and the Dalai Lama.
Shobha Philips is a one-woman-show battling to expand the definition of nude lingerie. As the founder and only employee of Proclaim, she’s built a thriving brand by immersing herself in the fashion industry and developing close partnerships with every vendor she works with.
Sitting in Asem´s lovely garden, we start talking about children growing up multilingual, women networking and business development while entertaining our kids.
Financial literacy is a huge issue in New Zealand. There is a generation of Kiwi school leavers telling us they feel they have missed out on exactly this sort of real-life financial learning. This is why we've partnered with Banqer: so we can get their financial capability tool into as many Kiwi schools as possible.
To live a day in deep appreciation of only what we hold most beautiful, with the intentional absence of all things that distract from it - or rather, to live a lifetime this way - is Poast’s guiding principle.
A rebel’s approach to the rules of book publishing seems to be working for Elena Favilli, founder and chief executive of Rebel Girls, a Santa Monica-based independent publishing house that has built a brand through empowering girls and women to follow their dreams.
Lauren Schulte never intended to start a medical device company. She was more than a decade into a marketing career, working alongside entrepreneurs and change-makers in Silicon Valley.
Which is delicious and all but, in the long run, I’d probably appreciate something more useful.
Yelitsa Jean-Charles fired off the fateful tweet this past weekend from an unsuspecting place: an air mattress on the floor of her recently acquired—and not yet completely furnished—Detroit apartment.