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Box for Human Resources

Your HR department may be in for a massive change. But instead of destroying HR, automation could actually save it, says Steve Miranda, Managing Director of Cornell University’s Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies. Read More...

Mona Lisa copy in warehouse

Reporter Jeff Tyler heads to Italy to discover whether the formula that made the Renaissance work centuries ago can be recreated in the modern world. Read More...

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Accountants might get a bad rap. But in an economy that’s gotten by for decades without including the real costs of production, they might also be our only hope, argues Jane Gleeson-White, author of Six Capitals, or Can Accountants Save the Planet?. Read More...

Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla

Tech billionaires may be the royalty of the 21st century. Randall Lane, editor of Forbes and author of You Only Have to Be Right Once describes their world and what makes them tick. Read More...

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Forget the “25-year-old in a hoodie" stereotype. The Kauffman Foundation’s Dane Stangler, and Elizabeth Isele, founder of Senior Entrepreneurship Works, look at the growing number of entrepreneurs over 50 – and what they're creating. Read More...

Monsanto house of the future

John Kestner, founder of Supermechanical, and David Rose, author of Enchanted Objects, describe the home of the (near) future: increasingly wired and connected, anticipating your every move. Read More...

Lego businessman

The most important asset a company has in today’s world is the creative power of its workers. But that talent economy might not last forever, warns Roger Martin, author of Playing to Win: How Strategy Really Works. Read More...

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Entrepreneurship gets a lot of media attention. But despite all the hype, data shows the ranks of entrepreneurs are actually shrinking, according to Ben Casselman, chief economics writer for FiveThirtyEight. Read More...

Apple Store in NYC

Forget little improvements in gadgets or delivery speed. Courtney Reagan, CNBC’s retail reporter, and Howard Anderson, a lecturer at Harvard Business School, discuss what retailers really need to change to stay relevant in the coming years. Read More...

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Howard Schultz, CEO of Starbucks, created a cultural shift in the way that we consume coffee. But he also had more early failures than successes, says Nancy Koehn, a historian at Harvard Business School. Read More...

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