Here's what's we're reading in the news this week:
Recently, the Harvard Kennedy School Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative (CSRI) collaborated with the Business Fights Poverty group to publish a study focused on the ways in which small businesses and retailers can support larger global value chains.
The world is standing on the very edge of the next big thing—the commercial application of graphene. Even as the super-strong, super-conductive single-atom thick sheet of carbon was first created in 2004, a useful application of this wonder material has remained tantalizingly out of reach.
Will the latest attempts at regulatory reform be a help to enterpreneurship?
Using Big Data, companies can help those affected by two major earthquakes by analyzing current and future needs.
On May 15, Viacom hosted Viacommunity Day, during which thousands of company employees had the opportunity to get out of the office and make a positive impact in their local communities.
City government and local agencies in particular own an immense amount of land and buildings. A surprisingly large amount of that portfolio is unaccounted for or underutilized.
Regulators should rely on evidence, not anecdotes, when examining policies regarding the Internet of Things (IoT), a commissioner from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) said Thursday.