Disruptive innovation guru Clayton Christensen explains why entrepreneurs are our best hope to eradicate poverty.
The only thing these young bosses are entitled to is respect.
Books on everything from ending poverty to making eye contact await us in the coming year.
Shore Manufacturing’s Bill Loughran, 89, is the prolific inventor of dissolving confetti, christening bottles, and no-clump tinsel.
The entrepreneurs who died this year changed the way we dress, use computers, buy toys, and furnish homes.
Duolingo, which built a big business on a free app,may file to go public in 2020. If and when it does, the startup will give Pittsburgh a huge homegrown success story.
With Carnegie Mellon, Uber expats, and food hall innovators, Pittsburgh refuses to stand still.
The passion for animals of an entrepreneurial little girl created unexpected family business
Roughly a quarter of the people who work at Seraphic Group are in committed relationships with another staffer. It works–but only with strict rules.
Digital therapeutics delivers real treatment to patients through phones and tablets. At Akili Interactive, medicine comes in the form of a game.