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Drug companies fear negotiating prices with Uncle Sam | “America would be lifting a rock to hit its own feet”
Millionaires tend to be more thoughtful about savings and financial decisions, says PNC’s Jacquelyn Boyer. Take that deliberate approach to every nook and cranny of your budget, and you can free up hundreds—or thousands—a year.
Haven't heard of visual hacking? It could be a real threat to your business, says Daniel Burks, senior VP and enterprise chief privacy officer for U.S. Bank.
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SINCE 2014, INDIA HAS BEEN THE emerging-market world’s most positive story. That’s mainly because Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) have cut red tape to make it easier to do business in this historically closed country
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A new consumer tax promises to simplify business
Frends has transformed a way to listen to music into a must-have women's fashion accessory.
Here are the five steps Michel Tunney used to take his idea from a Kickstarter campaign to retail stores.
Blue Origin’s string of successes means pressure for Virgin Galactic | “Make damn sure that we feel comfortable putting people on”
An Indian patient sues to get J&J’s new tuberculosis treatment | Turning “seemingly medical issues into bureaucratic ones”
Graphene is 200 times stronger than steel, lighter than paper and razor-thin. If you haven't heard of it yet, you will.
A Tokyo company aims to make fabric recycling common practice | “Nobody is doing it, because it’s so difficult”
As techies dream of delivery drones, builders in the construction industry eye the devices as a tool to save billions of dollars.
These four steps will help you turn employees into engaged, invested coworkers.
MacroFab lets electronics startups dream big.
CRM tools are a great way to manage a growing client roster. Here's some expert advice on picking the one that's best for you.
Low prices for scrap drive recyclers out of business | “There’s been a massive crisis and a massive failure to respond”
Doval has advocated a nationalist agenda and a stronger military | “He’s known as an Indian James Bond”
Road warriors can expect five big changes ahead in air travel.
WHEN POLITICIANS DECRIED the drug company Mylan’s decision to increase the price of an EpiPen by 500% in less than six years, their indignation rang familiar. After all, Congress had just wrapped up a series of hearings examining Valeant Pharmaceutic
IN THE WORLD OF CENTRAL BANKERS, Raghuram Rajan is a rock star, and the abrupt announcement on June 18 that he will depart the Reserve Bank of India in September came as a shock for investors. Some experts suspect that the charismatic, outspoken form
Miranda Purves Form and function The ProtoCycler is a desktop machine that can turn almost any postconsumer plastic, including water bottles and coffee cup lids, into raw material for a 3D printer. It can also recycle 3D-printed objects. Innovator
Clearpath Robotics says its robots are fundamentally different from the ones Amazon uses.
Four Dickie Brennan's restaurants are using a new payment system, and it's a hit with customers and staff.
FinderCodes makes finding lost items as easy as scanning a code on your smartphone.
Michael Belfiore Form and function Designed for patients to use on themselves, the needle-free injector delivers drugs through the skin using a small piston that the company says is less painful than a conventional hypodermic needle. Innovator Pat
A new tool helps DIY-ers turn into full-fledged manufacturers.
The two acronyms have different responsibilities. Find out which position is right for your company.