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Smart contracts promise to bring innovation and much greater efficiency to contract law. But what they cannot do is replace contract law itself, new Wharton research shows.
Four economists offer a new way of looking at technological innovation: by expanding beyond theory and accounting for an industry’s historical context.
Economist and author Tyler Cowen says that Americans are more complacent than ever -- and that’s not a good thing.
Fortune magazine editor Leigh Gallagher offers an inside look into the early days of Airbnb and its unlikely path to becoming a lodging giant, in her new book.
Delaware is testing the application of blockchain technology that could transform Wall Street’s "plumbing," experts say.
Bike-sharing is spreading like wildfire in Chinese cities. Falling costs, dockless designs and unappealing transportation options are helping to fuel it.
With frugal thinking and an innovative delivery model, a Bangalore-based startup wants to transform how Indians approach dental care.
James Dinan, Milwaukee Bucks co-owner, discusses his organizations newest strategies to engage stadium-goers in the digital age.
The best option for Uber may be to settle Google’s charges of data theft, given what's at stake in the race for driverless technology, say experts.
In the future, autonomous driving may combine with an expanded public transit system to offer a single mobility solution.