The digital age has been a boon for innovators and entrepreneurs. In a difficult economy, the small business heroes, inventors and pioneers who keep the American private sector at the head of the international pack are finding ways to do more for less, and the Internet is helping it happen.
Holiday jingles are advertising the latest tools and gadgets promising light-speed access to the digital world. The season offers businesses a chance to garner consumer dollars, a much needed shot of capital in a struggling economy.
The Aspen Institute is known for asking what I like to call "killer questions." Since Aspen is in the business of ideas, they know that questions have a way of focusing the mind on what we know and don't know, spurring on that tumbling, teaming process of
Manufacturing has long been seen as the bedrock of economic growth in the United States. From the factories of the Industrial Revolution to the semiconductor plants of the Information Revolution, America has a proud history of making things. Yet anyone who has spent time in the Rust Belt has fe
Rich Cooper has a nice write-up of Electronic Arts CEO John Riccitello’s fascinating recent speech on technology, innovation, jobs, and disruptive enterprise. Of particular interest were the following remarks: