When President Obama showed the power and potential of Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube in 2008, every politician and their chief of staff's mother jumped on the social media bandwagon. Yesterday Obama joined Instagram. Here are several other networks he--and his rivals--should be on.
At 17, the former Moscow student had his pick of million-dollar offers for his video-chatting service. He passed on them all. Six months later, Ternovskiy steps outside the one-bedroom apartment he shares with two engineers to talk to Fast Company about missed opportunities, short-term profits, and long-term hopes.
Sean Parker is already famous in today's Web-connected tech world, mythical perhaps. But he's about to get even more famous thanks to a Vanity Fair profile and a movie that's indirectly about his life.
While American soccer fans toast their 1-1 win over England on Saturday night, innovation didn't really care, because it was inventing a new ballgame to be played in a new ballpark. With four-legged hairdroids.
Fast Company's 100 Most Creative People in Business represent the best and the brightest in innovation and creation, but the companies they rep aren't all powerhouses--yet. Here are 10 of the most creative small business drawn from our list of the 100.