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A User’s Manual to Techonomy Health and NYC in Mid-May

Techonomy's conferences about tech's impact are absurdly ambitious. But that's what makes them unique, useful, and fun. To understand what's happening because of tech in the world you need to discuss way more than the next iPhone or what's happening in the tech industry. We like to say every company is a tech company. Our Health and NYC events May 16th & 17th are for anyone who wants to understand where the world is heading and what it means for business.   More

Techonomy Events

Reflections from Ross: Looking Towards Our May New York Conference

Our New York conference in May starts with a day on health and continues with our usual wide-ranging look at how tech changes business, and what leaders need to know. You'll hear GE's Beth Comstock, Arianna Huffington, WeWork co-founder Miguel McKelvey, WebMD CEO Dr. Steven Zatz, Eli Pariser of Upworthy, who coined "filter bubble," and experts on drones, privacy, media, construction, the sharing economy, the actual economy, and much more.   More

Cities Startup Culture

Tech:NYC Celebrates and Shapes New York’s Tech Industry

Tech:NYC draws together local tech companies large and small to work with government, build industry ties and cultivate critical tech talent. It was only formed last year, but is already having a significant impact, both underscoring and contributing to the robust growth of technology in New York.   More

Business

Taxi-Hailing App Uber Comes to NYC, but Is It Legal?

Taxi-hailing app company Uber introduced its service in 105 of New York City’s 13,000 yellow cabs—but the convenience of finding a cab via mobile app might be too good to be true. The legality of Uber’s service is questionable, the New York Times reports, citing city rules that forbid prearranged rides in yellow cabs, unjustified refusal of fares, and use of electronic devices while driving.   More