Tuesday, September 19, 2017
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Time for a minimum global corporate tax rate of 20% says...

One of the most memorable images from the 2016 US election campaign was of Donald Trump celebrating his delegate victory with McDonald's -...

Life in iPhone Hell

I've been in a love-hate relationship with Apple since the iPod seduced me in 2002. I suspect I'm not alone VIDEOI have an iPhone,...

This Adorable Robot Puppy Will Tell You If Your Feet Smell

In a group setting, you want to make sure that there is nothing off-putting about you, especially the odor you are...

The ‘tech-lash’ against Google, Facebook and Amazon is finally upon us

The world's biggest technology companies all had to overcome ridiculous, seemingly insurmountable odds to get where they are today. Having scaled the summits...

How Employees Can Take Risks for Success and Innovation

The Fortune 500 Insiders Network is an online community where top executives from the Fortune 500 share ideas and offer leadership advice with Fortune's...

With its new iPhones, Apple has opened the next front in...

People already spend a lot of time staring at their phones, or holding them up to things, including their own faces (selfies, anyone?)....

Expecting Revolutionary Innovation From Apple’s Reveal Event? You’re Missing the Point.

Apple on Tuesday had its big annual reveal event, and depending on who you talked to, it was groundbreaking or business...

A Beautiful Campus Dedicated to Tech Has Opened in New York....

It's pretty easy to dream big when you have an amazing view of the New York skyline. And students of Cornell University's program dedicated...

Centralized data is enabling digital health innovation: A conversation with Vericred’s...

Trying to find a compatible health plan for his family of six (one that covered all of his family doctors) is what led Michael...

How Anyone Can Become More Innovative

Disruption seems to be everywhere these days, courtesy of Uber, Airbnb, and their startup brethren. The opportunities are exciting, but as the pace of...