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Building a brand for any company is difficult, but especially so for startups. Here's how you can get it right the first time.
Alice Brooks is an entrepreneur and engineer who designed Roominate, an engineering toy for girls. She talked to TechRepublic about her career, the STEM toy movement, and how she g...
Jasmine Teer tells TechRepublic about learning how to tell stories for tech companies and finding unexpected intersections between tech and anything from barbecue to fashion.
Crowdfunding was meant to democratize finance and help the best ideas for changing the world have a chance to succeed. But as usual, humanity is trying to sabotage that mission.
Mattermark founder and CEO, Danielle Morrill, spoke with TechRepublic about her career, thoughts on the startup landscape, and her healthy disdain for boredom.
Christine Ngo: Mountain Dew's digital marketing lead. Reader. Chef. Continual digital marketing student.
Mountain Dew's Christine Ngo tells TechRepublic about thinking like a dude and raising the bar on fan engagement.
Fitch Rating's Lisa Prosser tells TechRepublic about using data in the enterprise and getting into the data mindset.
Christina Lewis Halpern, founder and director of All Star Code, talked to TechRepublic about her career as a journalist, staying true to her father's legacy, and social entrepreneu...
Miguel A. Gamino Jr., the CIO of the City of San Francisco, spoke with TechRepublic about his career history, his work philosophy, and what it takes to keep his city on the cutting...
It's no surprise that mobile device are taking over, but what does this mean to the average user and the desktop? Jack Wallen shares his perspective.