Can Self-Driving Cars Ever Really Be Safe?
Analysts estimate that by 2030, self-driving cars and trucks (autonomous vehicles) could account for as much as 60% of U.S. Read more.
Hey, Alexa: What’s the Best Voice Strategy for Brands?
Oren Jacob, CEO of San Francisco-based software company PullString, and his wife used to load up their three kids and Read more.
When AI Fails in Marketing (and What We Learned)
Brands big and small are experimenting with artificial intelligence (AI), with varying levels of success. Amazon uses AI to predict Read more.
Columbia to Increase Avocado Imports to the US
After being approved for access in August, hass avocados from Colombia will enjoy a slow but steady increase in exports Read more.
Ransomware Attacks Will Be More Devastating and Widespread
An analysis of how unprepared businesses are to fight back against the continued problem of ransomware is featured in the Read more.
Kellogg hopes new Rice Krispies Treats snap, crackle and pop
An online search for “marshmallow treats recipe” will yield pages of blogs and websites where consumers created their own version Read more.
PhDs Happier Outside of Higher Education
Last year, the National Science Foundation released data showing  40% of recent Ph.Ds grads did not have job commitments. Another Read more.
Health Care Systems Brace for Disruptions in 2018
Look for more care in outpatient settings as hospitals consider cost containment and hiring strategies to stay above water. After Read more.
CMS reaffirms its ban on texting physician orders, clarifies patient information exchange
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services clarified its position on texting in a new memo to state surveyors this Read more.
Is Video Game Addiction a Mental Health Issue?
  The World Health Organization has defined “gaming disorder” in its list of classified diseases. There’s disagreement over the seriousness Read more.
Marketing Trends in 2018
2017 was the year the industry got its much-needed wake-up call. The question now isn’t whether marketers can fix a Read more.
“Dilly dilly,” a nonsensical phrase prominently featured in Bud Light’s current advertising campaign, has become a viral meme success for Read more.
More Michigan Kmart Stores Scheduled to Close in 2018
Liquidation sales will start next week at the 103 Sears, Kmart and Sears Auto Center stores that the shared parent Read more.
Hershey and Cargill off the menu at GMA
Hershey and Cargill’s departures add to a growing list of high-profile companies that have left the powerful industry lobbying group Read more.
Fitbit invests in Sano, diabetes tech start-up, to catch Apple
Fitbit has made its first-ever start-up investment, putting more than $6 million into an enterprise called Sano, which is developing Read more.
Trump rule would expand association health plans
The Trump administration’s Department of Labor offered a proposed rule on Thursday that will allow more small businesses and organizations Read more.
CVS expects $1.2B increase in annual net income from tax bill
CVS announced Dec. 3 it agreed to buy Aetna in a $69 billion deal. It remains unclear how the massive Read more.
Impacts of Artificial Intelligence on Recycling Efforts
Early adopters say that running on robotics makes economic sense because the sortation process is allowing them to maintain bale Read more.
Alexa to Control Microwaves as They Get Smarter
Amazon has developed capabilities for its Alexa Smart Home Skill API that allow other developers to create skills to allow Read more.
Nissin Cup Noodles packaging unlocks exclusive video game content
  Nissin’s ongoing collaboration with Square Enix gives the brand an opportunity to capitalize on Final Fantasy’s large global fan base. Read more.