Innovations

The Lesser Of Two Evils

What do you do in the political marketplace when all the choices are bad?

by Glenn Karwoski

Mixing It Up

Different isn't always better.

Buying And Resizing Innovation

Sugary drink companies are feeling the squeeze, but Coke has a plan to mitigate that.

Take A Bite Out Of The Apple

Balancing the needs of personal privacy against national security.

Has SXSW Jumped The Shark?

Now that the sponsor list includes international brands like McDonald's and Marriott, it's pretty hard to call the festival cutting edge.

Better In Theory Than Practice

Not everything is as innovative as it's cracked up to be.

Supreme Innovation

In a politically charged environment, replacing a Supreme Court justice requires creativity.

Super Bowl Ads Were Super Duds

It was a record year for the bizarre and uncreative.

Dissecting The Iowa Caucuses

They're a good way to examine on-the-fly innovation.

Why Chipotle Is Closing Its Stores Over The Lunch Rush

Closing down at such a busy time to teach employees about food safety sends a strong message to the public.

Innovation From Mars

It’s not otherworldly, but incremental change can still lead to success.

Not-So-Innovative Holiday Gifts

Christmas brought us gadgets that are just expensive toys, not life-changing innovations.

Debate Night

It's a fight between Trump and Cruz, but can the other candidates find an innovative way to elbow into the spotlight?

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