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How Tech Is Mobilizing to Confront the Climate Crisis

Can technology help solve the climate crisis? A lot of smart money is betting that it can.

Innovation For the Planet: How GE Tech Helps Address Climate Change

To celebrate Earth Day, GE created an interactive map showing 60 global projects that help reduce carbon emissions and use hydrogen fuel, carbon capture and sequestration, small modular nuclear reactors, wind turbines with superconducting generators,...

Legacy Companies Look Outward to Find Innovation

Collaboration and partnership are the watchwords as two century-old companies, Johnson & Johnson and GE, are looking outside their walls to encourage innovation.

The Future of Work: Automation, Training, and the ‘Digital Reckoning’

At Sunday’s session of Techonomy 2017, Techonomy CEO David Kirkpatrick spoke about the future of automation and American business with GE Vice Chair Beth Comstock and Penny Pritzker, former U.S. Secretary of Commerce and founder...

How Customers Pay to Help Big Companies Innovate

Innovating effectively is an urgent imperative for big companies. Now some are working with Indiegogo to crowdfund consumer products that might not have met former thresholds for money and attention. If interest is there, the...

At Techonomy NYC: Chewable Ice and Turning Bananas into Dirt

Companies struggle to stay relevant to customers as tastes and trends change quickly. At Techonomy NYC, I was struck by Slava Rubin, cofounder of crowdfunding service Indiegogo, which has started working with companies like GE...

The Technology Secret Most Leaders Miss

As technology changes business, hiring and retaining talented software engineers becomes ever more crucial. But great talent can be squandered with poor infrastructure and inefficient processes that waste peoples' time. Companies that don't implement the...

In Conversation With Bill Ruh

A conversation between David Kirkpatrick and Bill Ruh, CEO, GE Digital; SVP and Chief Digital Officer, GE.

Techonomy 2016: A Chat with Zuckerberg, and Much More

Mark Zuckerberg is just the most prominent of a proudly diverse and eminent group of speakers at Techonomy 2016 Nov. 9-11. We'll also hear from Ray Kurzweil, Prelude Fertility's Martin Varsavsky, Intel's Murthy Renduchintala, Fitbit...

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