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Technovation Pitch Night- FEAST

Tech women school next gen

09/30/13 12:00AM

Deborah Berebichez became involved with Technovation Challenge because she wanted to promote gender equality by influencing and increasing the amount of women enthusiastic about joining professions usually dominated by men. read more

Given Goods Company Product- FEAST

Given Goods Co. allows customers to impact the world

09/30/13 12:00AM

Cameron Houser witnesses a lot of "A-ha!" moments. When customers buy products from her company's website, they ultimately realize they are positively and tangibly impacting the world through their purchases. read more

Newark Offers Free Immunizations For Children Ahead Of The School Year

Mayo Clinic CEO breaks down Obamacare

09/24/13 01:30PM

As medical providers deal with complexities resulting from a weakened economy, rising health care and insurance costs, and the upcoming implementation of the Affordable Health Care Act, services must be trustworthy and cost-effective. read more

People ride on a driverless electric vehicle at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore

Embracing technology: When gadgets rule the world

09/18/13 01:00PM

What if you had a home that knew when to wake you up, turn off your alarm, brew you a fresh pot of coffee, and make your bed in less than a minute, not to mention allow you to feed the dog remotely from your smartphone? read more

Haifaa al-Mansour - Michele Richinick - 09/9/2013

First Saudi woman filmmaker overcomes segregation, restrictions

09/12/13 04:30PM

As the first woman filmmaker in Saudi Arabia, Haifaa Al Mansour was forced to direct most of her upcoming movie from a monitor inside a trailer, and correspond with actors using a walkie-talkie. It was "very frustrating," she recently told Afternoon MoJoe. read more

Michael Bloomberg

Bloomberg to exit contentious three-term legacy

08/22/13 04:15PM

Mayor Michael Bloomberg during his 12 years in office transformed the idea of governing New York City into a business, which is almost an impossible task, CNBC's Karen Finerman said Thursday. read more

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