In his business fable Formula X, Jurriaan Kamer gives a framework for navigating uncertainty from the world of elite racing.
Sex sells. Unless it’s women’s sexual pleasure. Then, suddenly, everyone’s a prude.
The world’s leading investors agree it’s a factor. A climate change journalist checks their accounting.
In the black American tradition, movement has meant escape. But we can never truly escape from the identities held in our skin.
Mwasi Wilmore brought 4G LTE to Tanzania. Her next project? Reinventing the farming supply chain so smallholders can compete better and pull themselves out of poverty.
As skateboarders ride up the walls of banks, slide down handrails outside museums and grind across ledges in urban plazas, they disrupt the economic and functional logic of cities.
No one product fix will suit a range of abilities. But open-source design provides a way.
“What do you want to get out of it? Fame, notoriety, fun?” The questions big-wave surfers ask themselves when calculating risk apply to kooks, too.
What happens when you design a bitcoin product for someone other than a finance bro? Deana Burke made it her mission to find out.
Every year, hundreds of thousands of people apply for one of the 65,000 visas available to for-profit companies, which are doled out via a random lottery system.
For Huckletree founder Gabriela Hersham, coworking is more than a savvy property move. It’s a chance to reimagine the UK startup world, with inclusion as an organizing principle.
The Shade Podcast delves deep into the margins of tech and money. In this episode, we speak to the co-founder of the bail-bond app Appolition and to the operatives on the ground bringing the funds to the people.
Steve Evans is at the forefront of making the planet a more sustainable place, but without disavowing consumerism, capitalism or heavy industry.
For Arlan Hamilton, one of the country’s few Black gay female VCs, Silicon Valley is on the edge of a revolution.
Hugo Spowers has been working on a revolutionary system of sustainable mobility that upends the conventions of the auto industry.