The Boomers are getting older, increasingly physically unable to ride or dying out entirely. And Harley's response — an electric bike called the LiveWire set to debut next year — isn't so much of a Hail Mary as it is a capitulation. It also won't be nearly enough.
In five years, unicorn startups have gone from a rare breed to the new normal.
Each year, local governments spend nearly $100 billion to move headquarters and factories between states. It's a wasteful exercise that requires a national solution.
The motorcycle maker is in the process of remaking its business to meet its ambitious goal of attracting two million new riders in less than 10 years.
"The gifts you found on Facebook are now at Macy's," is the tagline. (Sometimes you have to go boring-but-informative with your tagline when the premise of your project is confusing.)
He averted a trial, and with it, the chance for the public to learn more about the most suspicious parts of his long and shady résumé.
Don't even get us started on the Zune.
America needs to stop crowding tech jobs into the priciest cities.
Retailers have been found to inflate prices in the lead-up to Black Friday in order to overstate discounts.
Compass Pathways has set itself up to be the first legal provider of psilocybin, but many of those psilocybin experts now regret having helped the couple.
Samsung’s device is just the beginning
Outsiders have little leverage to force the industry to change. The companies’ own workers are another matter.
When there's an important meeting, some companies bring in extra workers to make the office look busier.
How did it become novel to care about workers?
In the 1970s, the fast food company unveiled a novel new game to customers. The prize? Diamonds. Yes, diamonds.
Phone makers wants to kill the notch — and it's inspiring some seriously weird new design moves.
The long read: Once derided, the successors to muzak have grown more sophisticated – and influential – than any of us realise.
The surprise change would allow the company to tap into the talent pools of two different regions.
A boardroom battle and more alleged management issues have raised new questions about HQ’s future.
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