Tax reform could create 5 million jobs
America's corporate tax system is broken, posing a long-term threat to investment, innovation, and job creation in the United States. The U.S. has the highest corporate tax rate in the developed world – higher than France, Brazil, Venezuela, and dozens of other nations.
China's copycat tech image is fading and that should worry US tech giants
Over the years, China has picked up an image of being a copycat in technology, creating knock-off products already produced in the U.S or elsewhere. That image is quickly disappearing.
Why Companies Must Align Innovation Strategy With Business Strategy
With the world changing so rapidly virtually every established company feels the imperative to innovate. Executives, managers and employees across the globe are working hard to figure out how to succeed with innovation.
Government by prize
It was an intriguing idea, Kalil thought: Could the U.S. government get better research results if it offered prizes? Could it become a “third leg of the stool”–in addition to contracts and grants – for the federal government to support innovation?
CTA chief says China tech strategy surpasses US
Gary Shapiro, CEO of trade group Consumer Technology Association (CTA), applauded China’s approach to technology investment, noting the country took a successful US model and improved on it.
The U.S. Supreme Court Is Reining in Patent Trolls, Which Is a Win for Innovation
In the last week, the U.S. Supreme Court issued two important rulings limiting patent rights.
How Innovative States Stay Ahead of the Tech Curve
Government does not always appear to be driving innovation, notes Scott Gregory, chief digital innovation officer for the California Department of Technology. But several technology-forward state and local governments are changing that.
How the U.S. Can Inspire the Next Generation of Innovators
With the cloud channel revolution, the bar to innovation has been lowered in terms of committed capital and time to market.
No Evidence that "Stronger" Patents Will Mean More Innovation
One of the primary justifications we hear for why patents are social goods is that they encourage innovation.
What's The Relationship Between Innovation And Long-Term Prosperity?
Is there a relationship between innovation and chances of long-term prosperity? Intuition would lead one to think there has to be. But, does data support this assumption? The results are more complicated than counterintuitive.