Corporations that steward health and wellness in their communities can save lives and change the world.
Technology is always a mixed blessing. We can all think of ways in which new technologies have been used for destructive purposes or had unintended consequences. Yet we also know that without technology we would live much shorter and more constrained lives than we now enjoy.
It's Wednesday! Here's what's happening in the news this week:
This year alone more than 55,000 children from Central America have reached our southern border, fleeing extreme violence and poverty in their home countries of El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras.
Uber said it will bring 50,000 veterans, military members and spouses onto its platform as drivers in the next 18 months.
The Federal Trade Commission this week explored the issue of whether existing laws would protect Americans from data abuse.
What do women need to gain skills to be economically empowered? This was the first question asked at the breakout session on Developing Skills, Financial Literacy, and Support for Women Entrepreneurs which was moderated by Kara Valikai from the U.S.
On Sept. 12, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation hosted a Google Hangout on the topic of data-driven innovation.
We invited two great data experts who outlined their thoughts on how the explosion of data is transforming the way we live, work and give back.