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Business travel of the future may get a bit more convenient with bags that can locate themselves, weigh themselves, lock themselves and even carry their owners through the airport.
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For those who sometimes struggle to remember the details, a new Bluetooth headset from an Israeli startup can automatically record calls no matter what app you use and can even act as a makeshift door alarm.
A pioneer in wearable cameras notes how customer feedback has affected the product development roadmap.
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A look at the applications coming in for Inc.'s annual feature.
In honor of its initial public offering, the fast-food chain handed out thousands of 'Shack' burgers at the steps of the New York Stock Exchange.
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Basil Peters, CEO of Exit Strategies Corp., says selling your business to your children is a form of "child abuse."
The children's clothing company was just about out of options when it discovered the website Zulily.
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