In his new book, Aisle50 cofounder Christopher Steiner counts the (many, many) ways digits have come to dominate. "If you look at who has the biggest opportunity in society right now," he says, "it’s developers."
The online service has simplified ordering out for all kinds of people, but corporate giants like Morgan Stanley make up a significant portion of Seamless's customer base. For some bankers who've learned how to game the web system, everything on the menu--and off--is gratis.
Afghanistan is officially the worst place in the world for women. Arzu Studio Hope, an artisanal rug manufacturer that employs more than 1,000 women, aims to change that by offering women viable professional opportunities, as well as health care and community support.
Yesterday evening, DonorsChoose.org in partnership with Crate & Barrel won the Directors' Award for Excellence in Corporate Philanthropy from the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy (CECP) at their 11th Annual Summit.
Your initial image of Afghanistan is probably war, Taliban, bombings, insurgency, and corruption. And you'd think of girls and women as victims. Think again. Think innovative, successful women entrepreneurs.