Ford CEO Mark Fields talks about how his company is planning to profit from ridesharing as cities become more congested and carsharing increases in popularity.
Iowans will still use scraps of paper to cast the first votes of the 2016 presidential race, but new Microsoft apps will help caucus leaders report results to both Republican and Democratic party headquarters.
If you own a small business, how do you navigate the treacherous landscape of daily deals?
According to a report by The Wall Street Journal, Google’s gearing up to enter the mobile commerce game. The search giant will begin showing buy buttons in mobile search pages which will redirect clickers to Google’s own product page where the purchase can be configured and even completed using stored payment information.
This startup brings dynamic pricing to apps – and here’s the big difference it’s making.
It’s a predictive maintenance device that spots malfunctions in progress. And saves you from having a total breakdown.
Native New Yorkers always seem to know the real deal. TAABS gives you the inside scoop on the evening’s specials, too. Now, that’s the way to go – out.
This Is What Happens When the P2P Labor Economy Meets the Data Economy (It’s Even Powering Fortune 500s).
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