Jay Lowe

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Google's Contributor lets you crowdfund sites instead of seeing their ads

Banners, takeovers, pop-unders, interstitials -- there's no understating how important/valuable they are financially, but ads are still basically the bane of the modern internet. That's why it's a little heartening to see Google, a company that made a whopping <i>$15 billion in ad revenue alone</i> last …

Bank builds Oculus app to fly you around your stocks and shares

<i>Well hello there, I'm Augustus Q. Moneybags, inventor of the word "Funtrepreneur" and thrillionaire owner of Military Industrial Complex LLC. Now, I may be an internationally loved businessman, y'see, but that doesn't mean I'm too good at calculatin' those ol' numbers, y'see. Now, however, I don't</i> …

Here's how to 3D print using mashed bananas

We've seen many people use food as 3D printer feed in the past, such as chocolates, candies and even ice cream. But can you imagine 3D printing anything using bananas? Sounds hard, if not, well, <i>bananas</i> -- but 3Digital Cooks' founder Luis Rodriguez Alcalde isn't one to shy away from a good …

Three ways CEOs can improve the supply chain

CEOs increasingly view the supply chain as a critical point of competitive differentiation. Here’s how to make it better.<p><b>In recent decades,</b> companies …

Manufacturing

The future of global payments

While strong growth has returned to the global payments industry, learn how disruptive forces will continue to reshape the competitive payments …

Innovation

What every executive needs to know about design

Meeting ever-increasing consumer expectations requires senior executives to place design at the center of business strategy.<p>Do you really know what …

How to Tell if You’ve Made a Good Decision

Fifty years ago, after helping a bunch of nuclear engineers at General Electric figure out whether they should add a superheater to a new reactor, engineering professor Ronald Howard sat down to analyze what he’d just done. “Decision analysis,” he called it, and described it as “a logical procedure …