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How have many innovative ideas repeatedly been shut down, ignored or written off? Read More...

Immigration, borders, economic inequality and nationalism are some of the challenges facing modern-day Europe - sound familiar? Here’s why Europe’s problems often echo our own and why we should care. Read More...

Tea. Opium. The rise of San Francisco. Clipper ships reshaped America, and America’s role in the world. Read More...

A 3-D printer that makes clothing. A jacket that heats itself up based on your body temperature. NASA-inspired fabric. The way we think about clothes is changing — and it could affect the way we dress forever. Read More...

Plastics. You may love them. You may hate them. But you can’t live without them. Read More...

In this season of giving, we explore the seismic shifts underway in the philanthropic landscape and consider why some charities are much more successful at fundraising than others. Read More...

Vitamins and drugs travel long distances to get to your local pharmacy, and most of them come all the way from China. Read More...

Berry Gordy Jr. built Motown from the ground up, using techniques he had learned as an assembly line worker in a car factory. In the process, he created stars like Diana Ross, Michael Jackson, and Stevie Wonder. Read More...

What happens when blue-collar workers get a bigger piece of the pie? The pie gets bigger for everyone. Read More...

The average American is getting older. Joseph Coughlin says that’s a business opportunity. Read More...

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