A Meeting Of The Minds (And Bodies)
Hilton is reinvigorating the agenda for business meetings with creative, healthy, mood-boosting activities—not to mention puppies.
When A Simple Apron Becomes A Branding Opportunity
Tilit’s Color Block Apron combines selvage denim with an ultra-functional waxed cotton lower half that prevents stains.
Los Angeles's Olympic-Size Bet On Transit Innovation
Now that Los Angeles has claimed the 2028 Olympics, it’s embarking on an ambitious effort to reduce congestion and transform the city’s transportation infrastructure.
Nest Secures Its Future With Alphabet
Since launching its industry-changing smart thermostats in 2011, Nest has notoriously been slow to release wholly new products.
Carnival's New Wearable Makes Big Ships Feel Smaller
Assasin's Creed: Origins Gives Ubisoft A New Mission
The Other Jared
How Jared Cohen, CEO of Google offshoot jigsaw, is taking on ISIS, fake news, and toxic trolls to make the internet–and the world–a safer place
A Fresh Design For Community Service
Fashion Institute Of Technology Fast cities
The C In CEO Stands For Culture
Microsoft’s mind-set for transforming from a place full of know-it-alls to one filled with learn-it-alls.
“You Just Can't Imagine How Hard It Is”
Venture capitalist Ellen Pao’s discrimination lawsuit had such an impact on the Valley that it’s been called “the Pao effect,” inspiring more women to speak up. Now she’s on a mission to make the tech industry a more accessible place for everyone.
The Music Maker
How producer and Vampire Weekend alum Rostam Batmanglij inspires ingenuity from A-list artists.
A New Food Chain
How the United Nations is using blockchain to bring stability to the lives of refugees.
Eataly Taps Into Its Inner Disney
After opening outposts in 31 cities in 12 countries across the globe, the Italian fooderie Eataly is returning to its birthplace with its newest launch: a $118 million experiential park called FICO Eataly World.
Brokerage app Robinhood is getting millennials to stop worrying and love investing.
GE, Target, and Levi’s are finding new energy by learning from startups.
Put A (Better Ring On It)
A search for conflict-free diamonds led one jeweler to rethink the engagement process.
Ian Schrager’s new Public hotel brand is redefining high-end hospitality for a budget audience.
Norwegian Air Lands In The U.S.
The upstart carrier’s insanely cheap fares to Europe are just one more step toward world airline domination.
The ASLU's Power Broker
How Anthony Romero is leading the nonprofit through the most contentious period in its nearly 100
Elon Musk Has No Fear!
Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s multibillion-dollar acquisition of his cousins’ sustainable-energy company, solarcity, is totally logical—and hugely risky. Will Musk pull off another miracle?
How A Major Food- Processing Facility Turned Food Waste Into Revenue!
How fruit-and-vegetable processor Baldor is transforming food waste into a big business
It's In Her DNA
CRISPR coinventor Jennifer Doudna talks about developing the gene editing tool that’s poised to change the world.
AR: The New Reality At Facebook
Why Facebook, Google, Snap, and dozens more love AR—and what’s coming next
Nike's Head Start
With the Pro Hijab, the company is outfitting millions of athletes for the first time.
Just The Right Dose
A new company is bringing transparency to medical marijuana.
City Planning In The Fast Lane
A startup called Remix is using data to make your commute more efficient.
Heat Of The Moment
Former Vice President Al Gore, star of the upcoming film An Inconvenient Sequel, has a new message about climate change— and it’s not all bad.
For Leading Cities Toward Solutions
James AndersonHead of government innovation programs, Bloomberg Philanthropies
Donald Glover: Hollywood's Most In-Demand Polymaths
Donald Glover Actor, musician, writer, producer Donald Glover is tired. Like, bone-tired—the kind of tired that crushes his normally bright voice into a monotonous murmur.
For Changing The Way We Look At Wearables
Laurya MorrisDesign lead, Specatcles, Snap