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Infamous for failing to commercialize the technologies it invented, Xerox’s R&D subsidiary has a new strategy for innovation: make money.
As yet another biofuels company prepares for a stock offering, some wonder if the company is worthy of going public at all.
New software is inspired by algorithms that target online ads or recommend books and movies.
A company says it can help financial institutions spot fraud by analyzing terabytes of internal e-mails.
Jigar Shah showed that tweaking the financing model for solar power could expand its use. Now he is helping raise $1 billion to advance even more “underappreciated” energy technologies.
Your voice can be a biometric identifier, like your fingerprint. Does Apple really have to store it on its own servers?
Is Europe’s strict stance on protecting people’s data costing it business—or creating new opportunities?
For people who can’t afford a bank account, there’s a prepaid card called Green Dot.
As it readies for an IPO, the social network puts engineers, not HR, in charge of a global search for young programmers.
17-year-old Laura Deming doesn’t drive and can’t vote. Is now her chance to change the world?