Single? It's Not You, It's Your City
The city you choose to work in could have far more impact on your future than whatever company you’d be joining.
Can Big Data Discover The Next Pop Star?
Online music hub ReverbNation is discovering talented artists by mixing big data with human curation.
Will Google's Alphabet Pay Off?
When Google became Alphabet, the rationale seemed simple: that a company of companies can innovate faster than a single large beast. But that's only the start.
5 Surprising Work Tips That Will Help You Get More Done
How SNL, Frozen, and poker can help you get more done.
The Dynamic Duo Behind Broad City On How To Provoke the Right Reaction
Broad City creators and stars Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer talk about finding a common voice - and always pushing the limits.
How Nielsen Plans To Solve The Audience Puzzle
As the television landscape fractures, figuring out who is watching what has never been more difficult or important.
Sama Group Is Redefining What It Means To Be A Not-For-Profit Business
Two seasoned travellers give you a heads up on the common blunders we tend to make while vacationing abroad.
How Taco Bell Nailed Its Innovative New Quesalupa
For combining corn, beans, meat, and cheese into genius.
How BuzzFeed's Jonah Peretti Is Building A 100-Year Media Company
Many NBA big men believe they are cursed by the very trait that brought them glory. And the emerging science around extreme size suggests they’re right.
How Hudl's Mobile-Video Software Is Transforming Sports
Its power is derived from custom and deference. How old-fashioned.
Microsoft's Radical Bet On A New Type Of Design Thinking
How studying underserved communities is helping the tech giant create better products.
How Ipsy Is Reinventing The Cosmetics Industry
YouTube star and Ipsy founder Michelle Phan is at the forefront of the social reinvention of the $39 billion cosmetics industry.
Could A Biometric Lock Be the Key to Gun Safety?
Could a biometric lock be the key to gun safety?
Can Airbnb Unite the World?
In the wake of the attacks in Paris, Airbnb’s most popular city, CEO Brian Chesky is redoubling his efforts to expand his business and close the cultural gaps between us.
How Upstart Distributor A24 Is Making Indie Films Exciting Again
An upstart distributor is making indie films exciting again.
What's Really Going On Inside Tinder?
After losing his job as CEO of Tinder, Sean Rad is back atop the controversial dating-app company. This time, will it be a better match?
Move Over, Kale! This New Superfood Tastes Like Bacon
A new superfood has landed in Oregon - and it tastes like bacon.
How To Build an Army of Social Entrepreneurs
After selling half his company, Toms founder Blake Mycoskie is doubling down on social entrepreneurship.
How Gatorade Plans To Reinvent Sports Drinks - Again
An exclusive look at how the ultimate hangover companion is attempting to become, once again, the future of sports fuel.
20 Predictions For The Next 20 Years
Early presidential polls have tended to be wildly off-target. There’s no reason to think this time is different.
Elon Musk Powers Up: Inside Tesla's $5 Billion Gigafactory
Elon Musk, the CEO who made electric cars sexy and commercial space travel a reality, is venturing into the messy battery business. Here’s why it’s his boldest bet yet.
How Malala Is Turning Her Life Story Into A Targeted Mission
How Nobel Peace Prize–winning education activist Malala Yousafzai is turning her compelling life story into a targeted mission.
A Newsletter Giving Feminism A Fresh Voice
With their online newsletter Lenny, Girls collaborators Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner are giving feminism a fresh voice.
How Failed JC Penney CEO Ron Johnson Is Redeeming Himself
The man who helped make Target cool and Apple Stores the most successful retail concept ever was severely humbled after flaming out at JCPenney. Only a startup could save him.
The Key To Oprah Winfrey's Success: Radical Focus
After revamping her once-struggling TV channel, Oprah Winfrey has figured out how to make time for the projects she cares about most.
How The UN Is Using Virtual Reality To Tackle Real-World Problems
The United Nations is using virtual reality to tackle real-world problems.
Snapchat's Untold Story
Snapchat boasts 100 million daily users, has captured the rapt attention of the media and advertising worlds - and is wildly misunderstood. Heres what everyone is missing.
What Hot Sauce Says About American Consumers
Where once was Tabasco, there is now sriracha, gochujang, and more. What the condiment aisle says about American consumers.
What Makes Uber Run?
The transportation service has become a global brand, an economic force, and a cultural lightning rod. Here's how and why the architect of all this disruption, CEO Travis Kalanick, plans to keep on confounding expectations.
Dyson: The House That Suction Built
Can the pioneering vacuum maker transform itself into a full-blown tech company? An exclusive peek inside the house that suction built.