Lee Daniels Is Just Getting Started
As Empire, Fox's high-octane, King Learesque prime-time smash about the ascendance to superstardom of a musical family, returns for its second season, creator and executive producer Lee Daniels explains why the show resonates with viewers and what's happening below the surface.
Full Spectrum Cosmetics
LOral chemist Balanda Atis is helping the cosmetics giant break color barriers.
15 Ways to Work Smarter
Being friends with your kids is trickier than it seems.
Welcome Home, Alexa
In the race to win the connected-home market, Amazon's voice is starting to ring louder.
Swipe Right For Work Happiness
Startups are finding colorful ways to bring employee-engagement surveys into the smartphone age.
Carnival's Cruise For Charity
Carnival's new cruise brand wants to create an army of do-gooders in flip-flops and shorts.
Anatomy Of A Micro Lung
How a series of thumb-drive-size chips may revolutionize pharmaceutical development.
Out Of The Box & Into The Kitchen
Investors are placing big bets on meal-kit services like Plated and Blue Apron. Will ready-to-cook dinners change the way we eat?
Fit To Be Sized
Actress Melissa McCarthy wants to fix plus-size fashion.
Is Crowdfunding The Future Of Investments?
It won't be long before anyone can fund - and get equity in - a startup. Is that a good thing?
What Would Gwyneth Do?
Goop, Gwyneth Paltrow's newly ambitious lifestyle platform, has been polarizing since the day it was launched seven years ago - and that might be its greatest asset.
The New Business Rivalries
Ten of the fiercest, most unexpected business battles that are changing the future of technology, culture, and commerce.
How A Princess Is Opening Doors For Women In Saudi Arabia
In a country where women can't legally take the wheel of a car, one dynamic leader is moving quickly (yet gently) to offer them other tools toward engagement. It doesn't hurt that she's a princess.
Converse Unveils the Chuck Taylor II
Why did Converse mess with its iconic - and consistently lucrative - sneaker, the Chuck Taylor All Star? It couldn't afford not to.
I Bought It On Instagram...
Social networks want shopping to be the next thing we do on their platforms. Are we ready to "heart"the BUY button?
The Craziest CEO In America
T-Mobile CEO John Legere is the profanity spewing shock jock of corporate America. Is this the future of leadership?
How Did The Starbucks 'Race Together' Campaign Go So Wrong?
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz has always tried to do right by his company, his customers, and his country. So why did his Race Together campaign go so wrong?
Inside Hulu's Bold Effort To Reinvent Itself
Inside Hulu's bold effort to reinvent itself via Seinfeld, Mindy Kaling, and a host of buzzy original shows.
Mika Brzezinksi - Embracing Setbacks
How Mika Brzezinksi - the cohost of MSNBC's Morning Joe - has turned career curveballs into opportunities.
Beyond Roommates - Apartments For Startups
Krash and other startups take the coworking phenomenon to its logical, intimate extreme.
Periscope's Wide Lens
Periscope was acquired by Twitter for a substantial eight-figure sum in January, two months before it launched - and attracted nearly a million users in its first 10 days. Cofounder and CEO Kayvon Beykpour thinks it offers the interactive media experience that users have been waiting for.
The Better Burger - America Shacks Up
How Shake Shack has customers (and many investors) salivating for its burgers and unique brand of hospitality.