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Inspired by Wikipedia, Waze lets app users draw its maps.
A small company is taking an unusual tack to produce cheaper wind energy.
The company is betting heavily on the growth of online video delivery.
In a business world where people meet face to face less often, social software can foster collaboration.
A marketplace sells unused computing capacity—but a lack of transparency may put off some customers.
Technologies for analyzing mundane smart-phone data trails could prove a boon to business, researchers say.
Offering your best ideas to others may sound like bad business. But it’s better than keeping them under wraps, explains Henry Chesbrough, the father of open innovation.
A ubiquitous technology redefines the way we engage with people, information, and companies.
Besides raising cash, crowdfunding can be a way to test product ideas and build relationships with future customers.
Desperate to find new drugs, some pharmaceutical firms are outsourcing nearly half of their R&D budgets.