It's time to broaden our definition of innovation
As important as advanced technology innovation is, its rewards are not distributed evenly. Not every region in the United States has what it takes to be a technology innovation hub like Silicon Valley, and not every U.S.
10th Annual Global Innovation Index Released - U.S. Ranks 4th
Switzerland, Sweden, the Netherlands, the USA and the UK are the world’s most-innovative countries, while a group of nations including India, Kenya, and Viet Nam are outperforming their development-level peers, according to the Glo
How Citi and Wells Fargo are creating cultures of innovation
It’s easier to change an organization’s technology stack than its culture or talent pool, and for banks, sometimes the biggest obstacle isn’t technology or regulation, it’s force of habit. Wells Fargo and Citibank know that now.
What the Creation of Apple's iPhone Teaches Us About Innovation
Today, we use our phones to do everything from hail rides to find dates to avoid any and all eye contact on public transportation.
How IoT is driving innovation
Many talk about and plan for an Internet of Things (IoT) future, but they don’t truly understand the true power of its capabilities.
How the STRONGER Patents Act Would Send Innovation Overseas
Senator Chris Coons introduced a bill this week called the STRONGER Patents Act [PDF]. The bill contains many terrible ideas.
Senators Coons and Cotton introduce STRONGER Patents Act of 2017
Representing an updated and expanded version of Senator Coons’ STRONG Patents Act of 2015, the STRONGER Patents Act takes critical steps to improve the patent system.
Senate Dem offers patent reform bill
Sen. Chris Coons (D-Del.) is introducing legislation aimed at making it easier and cheaper for patent holders to enforce their patents.
Innovation ecosystem vital to state
Robust private-sector investment and prudent regulation from policymakers have helped establish Maryland as a cradle of innovation and a leader in the U.S. innovation economy.
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.