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byTim Fernholz
Hire seven experts to work for a year building a complex product. Then, give it away to anyone who wants it.
PostJanuary 23, 2012Full Story »
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Finceramic was inspired by the traditional Italian pottery of Faenza to create a bio-ceramic that can be used as a prosthesis inside the human body.
PostJanuary 18, 2012Full Story »
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bySkyler Swezy
Illustrator, Freelance Journalist, Editor
"There is still a little backyard inventor/sci-fi geek in many of the folks here, for sure."
PostJanuary 17, 2012Full Story »
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byTim Fernholz
Community banks didn't always have the resources to compete with high-tech banks—until Bancvue and Kasasa came along.
PostJanuary 16, 2012Full Story »
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byTim Fernholz
"We don’t think you have to either work for charity or big business, but you can put this idea of positive impact at the center of what you do."
PostJanuary 13, 2012Full Story »
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Traditional dressmaking techniques meet the cloud.
PostJanuary 13, 2012Full Story »
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About-the-projectThe GOOD Company Project is our quest to find 40 businesses with between 100 and 1,000 employees that are working better and smarter for a smarter, better world.
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