GE's Jeffrey Immelt sees high-tech firms dominating a slow-growth economy-and the biggest players becoming the biggest winners.
The king of online Computer sales is eyeing new markets in home entertainment.
Former Microsoft CTO Nathan Myhrvold laments that companies and even academics devote so little to the direct pursuit of invention.
We're nowhere near ready to hand over the core of our democratic process-voting-to electronic systems.
Some people are saddled with names they hate. But thanks to a new twist on a familiar technology, today's parents can avoid ghastly mistakes.
Most companies operate on the principle of opaqueness. A leader in the 1990s movement to radically overhaul business processes has a new vision--X-engineering--that puts a premium on transparency and standardization.
With its economy in ruins, Cuba is starting over. Can the impoverished country make 'sacred' cattle multiply like rabbits?
Hybrid devices that are part machine, part living cells, offer new hope to patients for whom purely artificial treatments like dialysis aren't good enough.
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