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The well-known investor behind the likes of Twitter and Foursquare says venture capital funds have gotten too big.
Venture capital was supposed to be the financial engine of American innovation. Instead, it’s become a reflection of its own limitations.
Businesses are adapting their R&D spending to the idea that innovation can come from anywhere.
A company says it can help financial institutions spot fraud by analyzing terabytes of internal e-mails.
Foreign recruits are the newest cogs in the crowdsourcing machine.
Computer algorithms have started to write news stories, compose music, and pick hits.
Revenue per user is increasing only slightly, serving as a reminder of the company’s problem on mobile devices.
Reducing labor costs could help make solar power more affordable.
Robots designed to work safely alongside humans could change the way we think of manufacturing.
Fast pace, low margins have online retailers looking to automation to keep up.