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Nike Go FlyEase
For many, shoes are a pain to put on. Our footwear requires some dexterity. And that’s more than just an annoyance for people with disabilities, ranging from arthritis to partial paralysis.
Hydrogen Takes the Spotlight
SocCalGas [H2] Hydrogen Home is set to revolutionize renewable energy in California
As Twitter’s first Chief Design Officer, Dantley Davis was given a mandate to fight toxicity on the platform and shake up the company’s corporate culture. Both are uphill battles.
Everybody's Talking About Jamie
Halloween Kills isn’t the only project of hers that’s slaying.
Jeanne Gang – Building on the Past
Internationally renowned architect Jeanne Gang is transforming neglected old structures into modern marvels.
A New Vision
Neuroscientist Sheila Nirenberg’s breakthrough neural code is restoring sight in humans and expanding visual capabilities in computing, but some of her academic peers would like to see more transparency in her data.
Katie Porter - U.S. Representative (D-CA 45th District)
The Most Creative People in Business 2021
The Imitation Game
Retail has always thrived on Target, with its billion-dollar private trends—spotting them, copying them labels, has turned this and capitalizing on them approach into a winning strategy.
Wind of Change
Public companies are struggling to embrace stakeholder capitalism. Can a new breed of activist investor help?
The King's Gambit
Chess champion Fabiano Caruana has a winning strategy for keeping his head in the game.
‘BATTLING A PANDEMIC IS A SPECIAL KIND OF WAR'
To create the leadership we need to fight biological threats, look to the military’s example
WHY WE STILL LIVE IN Reagan's America
The 40th president’s optimistic faith—and lucky timing—help explain his enduring appeal
Net neutrality, right to repair, broadband fees: How Biden's order will affect tech users
The Biden administration’s order encourages independent agencies like the Federal Trade Commission to write stricter rules.
Inkwell: Alex Shephard
Trump Books Are Magic Everyone in publishing is sick of the former president. But they keep making books about him anyway.
CHINA SAYS XIAOMI REMOVAL FROM U.S. BLACKLIST “BENEFICIAL”
China’s commerce ministry on Thursday welcomed the removal of Xiaomi Corp. from a U.S. government blacklist, a day after the U.S. reversed a ban on U.S. investments in the smartphone maker that was imposed under former President Donald Trump.
Finally, on the Brink of Dow 36,000
In early 1998, my American EnterpriseInstitute colleague Kevin Hassett, a well-credentialed academic who would later become chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers during the Trump administration, came to me with an idea. Over the previous three-fourths of a century, stocks had returned an annual average of about 11% and government bonds 5.5%.
HIGH COURT SIDES WITH GOOGLE IN COPYRIGHT FIGHT WITH ORACLE
Technology companies sighed with relief after the Supreme Court sided with Google in a copyright dispute with Oracle. The high court said Google did nothing wrong in copying code to develop the Android operating system now used on most smartphones.
CONGRESS TO PRESS BIG TECH CEOS OVER SPEECH, MISINFORMATION
The CEOs of social media giants Facebook, Twitter and Google face a new grilling by Congress Thursday, one focused on their efforts to prevent their platforms from spreading falsehoods and inciting violence.
CYBER ATTACK TIED TO CHINA BOOSTS DEVELOPMENT BANK'S CHIEF
The cyberattack crested just as finance officials from across Latin America were descending on Washington to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Inter-American Development Bank.
BIDEN FACES STEEP CHALLENGES TO REACH RENEWABLE ENERGY GOALS
President Joe Biden wants to change the way the U.S. uses energy by expanding renewables, but he will need to navigate a host of challenges — including the coronavirus pandemic and restoring hundreds of thousands of lost jobs — to get it done.