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In 2014, cleantech made a comeback. This year, it's growing into something more realistic, effective, and impactful. Here are 8 trends to watch.
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Glassdoor compiled data from 25 large tech companies and found disparities in reported salary and satisfaction among men and women.
As renewable energy becomes more accessible, electric power is decentralizing. Microgrids are becoming the heart of that conversation. Here's what you should know about them.
Midas list VC Todd Chaffee spoke with TechRepublic about his career as a VC, his take on the state of the industry, and why he believes the right founders are key to successful sta...
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In Evgeny Morozov's latest book, he explores technological 'solutionism,' which he believes is a dangerous ideology that is pervasive in Silicon Valley. Read Alex Howard's book rev...
The startup scene took a big hit from the global financial crisis five year ago, but big investments and increased exit activity have 2014 looking stronger than recent years.
To feed the world's rapidly-expanding population in the coming decades, agriculture must produce more. Big data holds one of the keys for farmers, but it's also a weapon that could...
As nations spend billions of dollars stockpiling digital weapons and tension grows between them, the risk of world cyber warfare has suddenly turned offensive.