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What the Cable Loft Teaches us About Good Business Ideas

Kikkerland, a Dutch design company, hosts an annual Design Challenge, in which students compete to create a product to be sold. Although Kikkerland has a reputation for whimsy, with past products including maraca-shaped cocktail shakers and a barbecue grill that collapses into a suitcase, this year’s winner is surprisingly utilitarian. The Cable Loft is a […]

How to Stay Healthy as a CEO

As CEO, your top priority is likely the health and well-being of your company, as opposed to your own. It is hard to imagine someone faulting you for your dedication; after all, you are working for the benefit of both employees and clients alike. However, many CEOs often forget that their personal health is a […]


The Psychology of Unmanned Cars

Unmanned cars are not just the future of car technology, they are currently being made and operated in the present. In Pittsburgh, Uber released a fleet of self-driving cars in summer of 2016 that have already made their way to the streets. These cars may have the ability to drive by themselves, but there is […]

Top Podcasts for Business-Minded Professionals

Podcasts have become increasingly popular in the era of Bluetooth and smartphones. The Cloud is making it easier to connect devices than ever before and people are tapping into this technology revolution. Many cars now have Bluetooth and can easily connect to your phone or computer. With this easy access to the internet, you can […]


Robots are Helping in the Fight Against Climate Change

Most people are aware of the large amounts of waste humans, especially those living in developed countries, produce each year. In the U.S., there are thousands of landfills, many of which secrete damaging methane gas that goes out into the environment and harms the atmosphere. Last year, 50 billion plastic water bottles were used in […]


Innovative Watch Could Make Life Easier For Diabetics

The company, PKvitality, which specializes in wearables to be used for health and sport, recently revealed their K’Track Glucose wrist-worn tracker that can measure blood sugar and lactic acid levels without causing excessive blood or using large needles. This device could be useful for athletes, but also completely revolutionary for diabetics who need to constantly […]

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4 Ways Robots are Making the World a Better Place

When some people think of robots, visions of Terminator and The Matrix might come to mind, but the truth is, robots are making positive changes in our society every day. The fear that is associated with robots overtaking and destroying humans one day is outweighed by the fact that robots are saving lives and offering […]


Robots and Humans in the Workplace

The days where humans and robots regularly work alongside each other are becoming closer everyday, and for some places it’s already a day to day occurrence. It’s definitely a major concern for many people that their job will be replaced by a machine sooner or later, but it certainly doesn’t seem like that’s the case […]


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