An old energy debate gets a new solar shine.
Self-employment is on the rise, and that may mean more businesses are surviving.
Why? Because the phrase is absolutely meaningless.
A new device can harvest some of the energy you create while walking, and can store it up for charging your phone or iPod later.
A publishing startup is dramatically rethinking the relationship between writers and readers.
We're the venture-capital capital of the world, but start-ups and young small businesses play a smaller role in America's economy than in many other rich nations.
Shakespeare's The Tempest is meant to be read out loud, discussed, and lives in the public domain.
Color raised 82 times more money than Instagram. Why did it lose so badly?
California may still be king. But venture capitalists are slowly spreading the wealth around.
A new paper says that our patent system is killing innovation, and that dismantling it entirely would have fewer consequences than you think.
Many Americans may be starting new businesses only because they can't get work elsewhere.
Americans may worship start-up founders like Steve Jobs, but we've been founding fewer companies of our own.
Pittsburgh has proven fertile soil for new companies, but the startup mentality may meet its match in a real town's legacy problems.
They fail by trying to solve non-problems.
"We had more information on where to go to dinner... than we did for my cousin's funeral."
Or, the most awesomely nerdy conference table ever.
All those thousands of apartment buildings? They all need a social-media presence now. And this company wants to build them.
An abandoned car dealership has been transformed into a lively space for Cleveland's nerds and entrepreneurs alike
The Motor City is for hardcore entrepreneurs.
To count birds now, a guy sits in a lawn chair. Two former Indiana students want to use machine vision to generate better data that will prevent birds from being killed.
Tucked away in a makerspace inside a corporate office park, we found a company trying to bring the Internet age to manufacturing with machine vision. This is where augmented reality gets serious.