Iconic American guitar maker Gibson filed for bankruptcy Tuesday and said it had reached an agreement with its creditors on a deal that would let the debt-laden company survive.
There are significant differences between personal credit and business credit that aspiring entrepreneurs need to be aware of to help protect their professional and personal finances.
Identity thieves are out there, and they’re often just waiting for the right moment to pounce.
The combination of Cigna, a major health insurance provider, and Express Scripts, last major standalone pharmacy benefit manager, holds the possibility of less expensive prescription drugs, or at least a slower rate of cost increases.
Bitcoin is a digital currency traded from person to person. In the northeast, this currency is taking off bit by bit, and you can buy anything from coffee to a car.
New eyewear technology may alert soldiers to threats before they can see them.
An organic pizza company is rebounding after a fire leveled their local factory to ashes. The company, Rustic Crust and American Flatbread, decided to keep their workers on the payroll until a temporary facility could be built.
One well-seasoned commercial fisherman says Federal regulations are drowning New England fisheries.
There’s a new trend sweeping through small business. It’s called "upcycling," and it’s saving the consumers money and helping small businesses gain an edge in the market.
After exploring numerous corporate jobs to no avail, Emory University student Eddie Kovel decided to pursue his passion. With the help of Kickstarter, he launched a work-out game that turns bodyweight exercises into a fun and social competition.
A research group out of MIT has created a way to allow inanimate objects to respond to human touch. Internet users may soon use this technology to interact with each other or play with objects virtually.
Wearable devices have enabled athletes to measure calories, sleep, heart rate, oxygen intake, and countless other metrics; helping them analyze and optimize their performance.
The Deloitte Center for Health Solutions (DCHS) has conducted an online survey each year since 2008, polling a nationally represented sample of adults in the U.S. about their experiences and attitudes towards health care to better understand consumer interests, preferences, and attitudes.
Traditional supply chains progress in a very structured manner, with each step dependent on the one before it: develop, plan, source, make, deliver, support.
An up-and-coming revolution in mobility is known as MaaS: Mobility as a Service.
Even though the 21st century arrived without teleportation, colonies on Mars, and many other futuristic technologies that were predicted, the prospect of self-driving cars is now on the horizon.
As part of their series on mobility, Deloitte University Press explored how human behavior can cause delays in the adoption of new technology in the article “Framing the future of mobility: Using behavioral economics to accelerate consumer adoption.”
“The future of mobility: What’s next?”, published as part of the Deloitte series on the future of mobility, analyzes the impending and rapidly approaching transformation of the mobility ecosystem that we currently experience today.
Brigham Young University graduate Jenna Miller founded Puppies For Rent in August 2012, the summer before her senior year at BYU.
20-year-old Emily Raleigh is working to promote ‘girl power’ globally through The Smart Girls Group, a small company based in NYC.