Features by Audrey Quinn
Posted In: Affordable Care Act, Obamacare
For Obamacare to work, the "young invincibles" need to sign up. And, so far, they're not.
Posted In: Twitter IPO, Jack Dorsey, VCs
When a tech company like Twitter goes public, the pressure is on to make money and lots of ideas get tried out.
Posted In: literature, publishing
Literary prizes like the Man Booker and National Book Award try to broaden their appeal.
Posted In: online dating, apps, Tinder
As the online dating scene moves to mobile apps, Tinder is the first to really gain a following with women.
Posted In: India, trade, globalization
As Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh visits the White House to talk about trade between India and the U.S., some American businesses are protesting what they see as India shutting out foreign firms.
Posted In: FitBit, FitBit flex, healthcare, apps
There are nearly 100,000 medical apps available on mobile devices.
Posted In: workplace culture, employees, workplace
When whistleblowers go to the media or lawyers, the results can be disastrous for an organization. These days, more and more corporations are turning to organizational ombudsmen to stop problems before things escalate.
Posted In: NASA, space, asteroid
NASA wants to capture an asteroid and send astronauts to train on it for Mars. Congress is skeptical.
Posted In: office
One reason kitchen supplies are harder to keep stocked? U.S. companies have cut about a million office support positions.
Posted In: elderly care, elderly, health care
When a senior citizen falls to the ground, the resulting injury can cost tens of thousands of dollars. So health care professionals are working to eliminate the risk of falling down.