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Common Goals, Distinct Missions: Cross Sector Collaboration on Empowerment of Women and Girls
U.S. Chamber of Commerce
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This April, women and girls’ economic empowerment will be top of mind. As the UN Millennium Development Goals are set to expire, leaders are taking stock of the progress made while gearing up to lay out the post-2015 development agenda to reach the Sustainable Development Goals.
Robotic arms are being used to construct a bridge over a canal in Amsterdam.
Xiaomi has been growing rapidly in China, in part due to an Amazon-like emphasis on growing its customer base. Will it make an appearance in the United States.
As accelerating change and technological innovation become widely embraced all over the world, the creation of disruptive technologies has been rapidly increasing.
One of the biggest showcases for the unfolding robot revolution was the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) 2015 Robotics Challenge. By all reports, the competition was slow, full of failure, and absolutely riveting.
Self-driving cars have made it to Virginia.
Is Airbnb really worth more than many top hotel chains?
There are times when folks in the private sector look at government and marvel at its inefficiency. Businesses thrive on competition, innovation, exploration, and a focus on meeting a need as fast and inexpensively as possible.
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.