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The company hopes this new desktop computer, called Sprout, can rekindle industry interest.
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American consumers yearn to collaborate but the biggest companies are not getting the message.
Email addresses from pilot participants were stolen, the company said, though the forthcoming mobile app -- which lets users purchase goods by scanning a QR code -- was not affected.
When your company and another one has similar offerings, here is how to differentiate yourself.
Girls Who Code founder Reshma Saujani is partnering with big Silicon Valley companies to teach young girls to love computer science.
Companies such as Postmates, WunWun and Instacart have added delivery of Halloween costumes to their inventory for a limited time.
The move from team member to management is both a thrill and a shock. Sensible steps to ease the transition make success more likely for everybody.
A Babson College lecturer hones in on some essential truths of customer demand with an inexpensive 20-minute test.
Obamacare has created an incentive for business owners to navigate a different path than that which policymakers had intended.
Enterprise clients will now be able to filter the data based on geography, public biographical information and the emotion expressed in a tweet.
'I got two words for ya buddy,' quipped Mark Cuban of the strange clothing range: 'glue factory.'
Startup MotionSavvy is turning to Indiegogo to bring a tablet to market that translates sign language into speech and speech into text messages.
Experts say adoption of wearables at work will outpace it at home thanks to improved safety, productivity, and collaboration.
You're probably doing something dangerous as you read this, and it's shortening your lifespan.
It's counterintuitive, but sometimes bringing onboard a job seeker with more skills than required results in a win-win.
Family members of a slain employee in Tennessee said they 'never once imagined that this would touch anyone high up in the Papa John's corporate office, let alone John Schnatter.’
Keep a better balance with this battle-tested advice from our online experts.
The struggling phone maker is setting up for the 'Classic,' a throwback to the BlackBerrys of yore.
An engineer gives retailers a fighting chance in the online price wars.
The idea is that nanoparticles will continuously monitor your body for disease triggers so they can be detected and treated as soon as they appear.
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