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  • Tokyo Rising
    Industry | Jul 2014

    Tokyo Rising

    Japanese retailers are currently blazing a trail across the United States, causing some to ask: What do they have that we don’t?


  • Think inc.
    Industry | Jun 2014

    Think inc.

    The generation of ideas has become a booming, billion-dollar business, but is anyone actually benefitting?


  • ModCloth’s Customers  Are Always Right
    Industry | May 2014

    ModCloth’s Customers Are Always Right

    The online fashion retailer that made it big by blurring the line between shopper and seller, then erasing it completely


  • Citizen Draper
    Industry | Apr 2014

    Citizen Draper

    Crowdsourcing is poised to change the way advertisements are made, which isn’t the best news for Madison Avenue


  • Red carpet retail
    Industry | Mar 2014

    Red carpet retail

    To stem the tide of online shopping, traditional retailers are inviting customers to come in, put their feet up—and leave the credit cards at home


  • War, inc.
    Industry | Feb 2014

    War, inc.

    Corporate leaders learn to prevail in business on the bloody battlefields of Europe


  • PR for the People
    Industry | Jan 2014

    PR for the People

    Image management—not just for celebrities anymore


  • Music for the Masses
    Industry | Dec 2013

    Music for the Masses

    From four-note “sonic logos” to full-blown commercial anthems, how a former rock ’n’ roll hopeful conquered the advertising world


  • Meat and Greet
    Industry | Nov 2013

    Meat and Greet

    This summer saw the unveiling of the world’s first “stem cell burger,” with decidedly mixed results


  • Today, Your Bookcase; Tomorrow, the World
    Industry | Oct 2013

    Today, Your Bookcase; Tomorrow, the World

    Ikea, the company that transformed home design, now wants to do the same to the rest of the world


  • Found In Translation
    Industry | Sep 2013

    Found In Translation

    In Latin America, enterprising female language teachers are using Skype to tap into the global marketplace—and the students up north love it


  • Introducing the myPad
    Industry | Aug 2013

    Introducing the myPad

    Simon Woodroffe is bringing about the foldaway, pop-up, push-button home


  • The Vision Thing
    Industry | Jul 2013

    The Vision Thing

    If selling glasses online seems like a fool’s errand, then the founders of Warby Parker may just be the most farsighted fools ever


  • The Sipping Point
    Industry | Jun 2013

    The Sipping Point

    International breweries are going after the African beer market with gusto, partly by tapping into a home-brew tradition


  • Into Thin Air
    Industry, This Month's Amazing Fact | Jun 2013

    Into Thin Air

    A new obesity study suggests hitting the heights can mean dropping the pounds


  • Mother Knows Best
    Industry | May 2013

    Mother Knows Best

    FUBU co-founder Daymond John has become a go-to guy for business advice. But the nuggets of wisdom he doles out to budding entrepreneurs, he says, are mostly his mom’s.


  • T-Minus
    Industry | Apr 2013

    T-Minus

    Playing the name game with tequila maker Patrón


  • Intel, You Can Drive My Car
    Industry | Mar 2013

    Intel, You Can Drive My Car

    Fully automated vehicles promise to reduce accidents and save drivers time and money, but their long-awaited arrival may not be good news for all


  • Food Fight
    Industry | Feb 2013

    Food Fight

    As American companies battle for supremacy in India’s fast-food sector, Indian franchises prepare to take a bite out of the U.S. market


  • Motown Rising
    Industry | Jan 2013

    Motown Rising

    Detroit is in a curious predicament: It has high unemployment but also thousands of open jobs in tech and high-skilled manufacturing. The unprecedented solution that its businesses, schools and local agencies have devised could serve as a model for the nation.


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