Meg Whitman, former CEO of eBay, spoke on Jan. 27 about running for governor of California and the need to shrink the state's government
Companies should adopt an innovation process based on customer needs rather than coming up with "big" ideas and then testing them out. Pro or con?
A civil suit and a Senate scolding won't be enough to make Wall Street's wealthiest firm fly right
In 2008, Steve Jobs said, 'Let there be apps.' Now a cosmos full of companies and developers is bound by the laws of Apple—for better and worse
The gubernatorial candidate thinks so. But does she have any idea of what she's getting into?
Most small businesses do not have the ambition, personnel, or resources to become much larger
The President's Chief of Staff talks about the prospects for financial reform and middle-class anger in an edited version of an Apr. 19 TV interview
Fake chips, routers, and computers cost the electronics industry as much as $100 billion a year; distributors and law enforcers are fighting back