Under certain market conditions, cartels arise naturally without collusion. This raises important questions over how the behavior should be controlled.
The wheels of fate that led the photography company into Chapter 11 began spinning in 1975.
A statistical analysis of attitudes in the U.S. reveals the main determinants of happiness but also suggests that interpreting the data is fraught with danger,
A new model of human interactions predicts how many people will purchase a product when a seller advertises it
The company reveals upcoming payment technologies, and bypasses NFC in favor of ease.
The rollout of NFC payments in the U.S. has been so sluggish that a superior technology—biometrics—is about to catch up.
The technologist turned venture capitalist describes his approach to investing in technologies that can avert climate change.
But automation is making the humans who still have jobs more productive.
Facebook's valuation climbs ever higher as a few rich investors get a slice of the blockbuster social network.
Despite what annual "Best Tech" roundups would have you believe, the world doesn't need flying cars. Here are three innovative products that have a good reason to exist.