Jean Liu explains how her ride-hailing company Didi Chuxing is besting Uber in China and why data is its biggest asset.
Even amid the venture capital boom of the past few years, entrepreneurs are finding it harder to build big, enduring companies. What does this mean for the future of innovation?
The executive chairman of Cisco has become a Silicon Valley statesman, whether he’s promoting the expansion of digital networks or calling for limits on government surveillance.
Public companies live and die by their quarterly earnings. Author Eric Ries, calling this bad for innovation, proposes an alternative.
Microsoft’s biggest acquisition ever sheds light on CEO Satya Nadella’s vision for business-related computing services.
Schemes for giving everyone a guaranteed income are gaining momentum in Silicon Valley and throughout Western Europe. It’s a great idea, until you look closely.
Another chance to catch the most interesting, and important, articles from the previous week on MIT Technology Review.
Political candidates opposed to free trade say Apple should make phones in the United States. Let’s see what that would look like.
Mobile innovation in China is flourishing, bringing new conveniences to daily life. Is that happening despite or because of the country’s strict controls on online expression?
The former chief digital officer of New York, Rachel Haot, explains why government and entrepreneurs need to work together.