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Business Leadership

Purpose Mindset is the Light to Overcome this Extraordinary Pandemic Year

We have become reasonably adept at describing the need for change “out there” in the world. But we are not so good at talking about the change that needs to happen within us. Today, more than ever, we need to stand for something.   More

Healthcare Innovation The Pandemic

How Johnson & Johnson Is Shaping the Future of Healthcare Through Technology

CIO Jim Swanson on the transformative effects of the pandemic on Johnson & Johnson’s core business—and on technology’s ongoing role in advancing human health.   More

Global Tech Sustainable Development Goals Tech & Society

What is Unity in a Digital Era?

How can we come together? That is the question of our era. It applies across domains, across cultures, across the world. Our planet and our society have proven themselves more fragile than we believed, and the past year has proven that things can get very very bad, very quickly. Meanwhile, 2020 also proved, decisively, that […]   More

Arts & Culture Cryptocurrency

The Next Land Grab Is Digital (An NFT Tutorial)

Where do you go when the things you want in real life are already spoken for? The latest For Sale sign is for all things digital.   More

Business Innovation The Pandemic

One Year After the Great Reset: Same Storm, Different Boats

Some countries, industries, organizations, and people basically shrugged off the pandemic. Others may never fully recover. The good news: We have our start date for a new mindset.   More

Cryptocurrency Finance

A Dialogue on Cryptocurrency

FIN's James Ledbetter sat down with Jalak Jobanputra, the founder and managing partner of FuturePerfect Venture, to discuss Bitcoin's trajectory, what to expect from NFTs, and the future of crypto.   More

Bio & Life Sciences Healthcare The Pandemic

Annual Vaccines May Be Necessary: Lessons from the COVID-19 Genome

The genomic field continues to shed light on COVID-19. The latest: vaccination frequency, new therapy options, and unexpected mutations in the virus.   More

Innovation Media & Marketing The Pandemic

Till we Meet Again (at Conferences)

Most notable large live events of this coming spring and summer are being canceled for the second year in a row. But as we start to see the light at the end of the tunnel, there’s lots of collective soul searching about how we should meet again.   More

Inclusion Leadership The Future of Work

The Pipeline Isn’t the Problem

Companies need to look inward to their own culture instead of outward to the pipeline.   More

Business Tech & Society The Pandemic

A Practical Guide to Networking in the New Normal

Virtual connections can be hard to maintain and networking can feel almost impossible in our new digital world, but with these pieces of advice, you can make it work for you.   More

Inclusion Policy The Pandemic

“Moms Are Getting Crushed in This Pandemic”

Reshma Saujani, founder of Girls Who Code, discussed why we need a Marshall Plan for Moms.   More

Bio & Life Sciences Healthcare Innovation

Drug Researchers Need to Learn to “Fail Fast”

Failure is never the goal in healthcare. But ‘failing fast’ is not at odds with healthcare’s commitment to the patient. On the contrary, it reinforces the critical path of putting the patient first.   More

Energy & Green Tech Transportation

Charged Up With Nowhere To Go: Why Electric Vehicles Demand Better Infrastructure

For the first time in 20 years the nation’s overall infrastructure got a better report card – going from a D to a C-. The tidal wave of electric vehicles makes the lack luster grades all the more worrisome.   More

Cryptocurrency Finance

Inside the Coinbase Direct Listing

An exclusive interview with Jeff John Roberts, author of the recently published history of Coinbase, The Kings of Crypto. What can Coinbase's S-1 filing tell us about the state of the crypto industry?   More

Worth Reading

Good News on Vaccines. Bad News About Future Disruptions.

Pfizer and Moderna ramp up vaccine shipments in the US as the WHO delivers 600,000 doses to Ghana. Crumbling infrastructure will lead to devastating consequences as climate crisis escalates. Biden hopes to fix the tech supply chain. And we’re still clueless about the “Solar Winds” hack.   More

Opinion

Sorry, Tucker. It’s Not Censorship, Just Business.

Tucker Carlson has been targeting what is —in his mind — a tech-billionaire cabal that wants to silence free speech from the political right. But the tech behemoths were doing what they always do: making decisions based on what was best for the bottom line.   More

Healthcare The Pandemic

COVID-19 Taught Us How to Beat the Flu. Will We Listen?

Flu season usually kills tens of thousands of people in the U.S. each year. Thanks to pandemic precautions, most of those deaths were prevented this winter. Next year, will we save even more lives or go back to pretending the annual flu toll is unavoidable?   More

Finance

The Payment Revolution Continues to Roar

PayPal and Square go up and up and up.   More

Finance The Pandemic

How Much Do You Owe in 2020 Taxes–and To Whom? It’s A Mess.

Upwards of 55% of the population worked remotely during the pandemic. With April 15th approaching, keep your financial planner on speed dial.   More

Worth Reading

McKibben Prods Bill Gates to Go Further

What we’re reading this week: Environmentalist Bill McKibben unpacks apparent contradictions in Gates’ new climate book, critiquing his lack of political engagement. NASA aims to answer a question David Bowie asked in 1973. And apps for mental health and weight loss are thriving.   More