Prime Minister Manuel Valls, who vows to slash spending and lower taxes on business, could either sink or replace French President Hollande
Fiat Chrysler's police vehicle is a muscle car with cool features and the rear-wheel drive that many cops prefer
Its purchases alarm some right-wing conspiracy theorists, but in fact its ammo buying has been declining for years
Apple's iPhone sales last quarter exceed estimates, while iPad sales disappoint
Its revenue keeps rising, and it keeps adding more customers
Apple's new campus, designed by Stephen Behling and Sir Norman Foster, is raising some eyebrows
Amazon will be the first Internet-TV provider to stream HBO shows—if not new ones—by offering them on Instant Video and its Fire TV device
Rutgers University professor Don McCabe is readying new research on cheating at business schools
Startup Casper bets it can sell foam-only bedding via a Web-only, direct-to-consumer business model
Lifescan OneTouch (1996)
Lifescan's vision was to simplify life for people with diabetes. The company's key idea was to integrate blood sample collection with glucose level readings, and then to provide advice for treatment. Easy-to-use handling and navigation were vital.
Hartmut Esslinger's Innovation Lesson: "Lead with strategy. Support with design. As businesses adapt to meet new market needs and opportunities, strategy must lead, design must contribute."