Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) startups are building systems for aerial intelligence and surveillance, as well as methods for take-off, landing, and collision avoidance.
A business moat is a key competitive advantage that sets a company apart from its competitors. From Amazon and Uber to Starbucks and Disney, here are how 19 of the world's biggest companies have built and defended their moats.
These startups are looking to carve out a space in the growing techwear scene, with products ranging from sustainable "adventurewear" to socks made of recycled coffee grounds.
From opening your smartphone to unlocking your car to paying for groceries, biometrics is becoming a go-to method for identification.
From order-ahead to flexible payment services to targeted marketing, these startups are reshaping the dining out experience.
WeWork’s failed attempt to go public led to a slashed valuation and a diminished ability to invest in rapid growth. Co-working rivals may spy an opportunity.
With the iPhone as a glaring example, and stretching through Amazon and e-commerce and more recently blockchain and bitcoin, many innovations have initially been met with derision by big company CEOs. History often proved them wrong.