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The Oscars Of Carbon Emission ReductionPrivacy PolicyTerms and ConditionsThe 8 Worst Fonts In The WorldThe Creative Voices Behind “Bioshock Infinite” [Video]Lattes For Jobs: Starbucks Solicits Donations To Invest In CommunitiesInfographic Of The Day: What Countries Have Outlawed Abortion?Do-Gooders Create 3-D Printed Shells To Save Hermit CrabsFast Company Dedicates October Issue to “The United States of Design”No Sellout: Startups That Turned Down MillionsInfographic Of The Day: Facebook Networks Become A Living Light Show“Responsive Fabric” Boosts Athletes’ Health (You Can Wear It, Too)The Creative Voices Behind “Bioshock Infinite” [Video]How Lytro’s Weird Design Tells A Story About Revolutionary TechMapping The Future Of Bad Weather Around The WorldFeatured in the April Issue of Fast Company MagazineMansueto Ventures Announces Formation Of Mansueto Digital And $10 Million Investment In New Digital DivisionFeatured in the May Issue of Fast Company MagazineHarold Bolling Named Publisher Of Mansueto DigitalFeatured in the June Issue of Fast Company MagazineFastcompany.Com Wins Eppy Award Forbest National Magazine-Affiliated Web SiteFeatured in the July/August issue of Fast Company MagazineFeatured in the September issue of Fast Company MagazineFeatured in the October issue of Fast Company MagazineFeatured in the November issue of Fast Company MagazineFeatured in the December/January issue of Fast Company MagazineFeatured in the December/January issue of Fast Company MagazineMansueto Digital Announces Launch of New Video Network FastCompany.TVFeatured in the February issue of Fast CompanyBottles To Bridges: Making Infrastructure From Recycled PlasticFast Company Magazine Posts Third Consecutive Period Of Double-Digit Newsstand Sales GrowthFeatured in the March issue of Fast CompanyFeatured in the April issue of Fast CompanyFeatured in the May issue of Fast CompanyFeatured in the June issue of Fast CompanyFeatured in the July/August issue of Fast Company2008 Gerald Loeb Award Winners Announced by UCLA Anderson School of ManagementFeatured in the October issue of Fast CompanyThe Newest Companies Coming Out Of Incubators: EdTechRoad Trip! Founders Of YouTube, LinkedIn, And Others Tackle Brain Drain In MalaysiaInfographic Of The Day: What Countries Have Outlawed Abortion?Tough Cookies: Why Corporate America Needs Girl ScoutsThe 7 Iconic, Transparent, Empowering Business Buzzwords That Need To DieHow Much For That Motorcycle In The Window? Inside eBay’s Physical Push For Mobile SalesSamsung’s Smartphone Sales Grow 44 Percent, Netflix Users Take Up A Third Of U.S. Bandwidth, Amazon In Talks For Kindle In China5 Rules Of Marketing To WomenKeys To Personal Branding Success, Part TwoAmory Lovins On Creating A Prosperous Economy Without Oil, Coal, Or NuclearThe Story Of The $1.1 Million Facebook Referral And Century 21 Realty’s New Social Media EraThis Week In Bots: The Ambling, Gambling, Living, Loving EditionThe Newest Companies Coming Out Of Incubators: EdTechMicrosoft’s Envisioning Lab Reveals The Future Of ProductivitySocialVibe’s Voluntary Ads Aim To Make The Internet FreeWhy Microsoft’s Vision Of The Future Is Dead On ArrivalFast Company Special Report: Rwanda RisingFast Company honored as National Magazine Awards Finalist in two prestigious categories: Reporting and General ExcellenceFeatured in the April 2009 Issue of Fast CompanyAdweek Names Fast Company Editor Robert Safian “Editor of the Year”Hollywood’s Rogue HumanoidMay 2009 Issue HighlightsFast Company Exclusive: The 100 Most Creative People in BusinessThe Electric Super Highway to NowhereAmazon Taps Its Inner AppleHighlights of the September 2009 Issue of Fast CompanyMasters Of Design 2009: Why Coke’s David Butler Is The Real ThingHighlights of the October 2009 issue: Fast Company Masters of DesignHighlights of the Issue: November 2009Murder In The Diamond Fields: Zimbabwe’s Bloody ShameAshton Kutcher Is Taking Over The Media World. Really.Highlights of the Issue: December 2009/January 2010Highlights of the Issue: December 2009/January 2010Highlights of the Issue: February 2010Fast Company Announces 2010 Ranking Of World’s Most Innovative CompaniesHighlights of the issue: April 2010Highlights of the Issue: May 2010Highlights of the Issue: June 2010Highlights of the Issue: July/August 2010Highlights of the Issue: September 2010Highlights of the Issue: October 2010Highlights of the Issue: November 2010Highlights of the Issue: December 2010/January 2011Rich, Brilliant, Willing Introduces The Ultimate Minimal LED LampInfographic Of The Day: Wall Street? Pfff. Protesters Should Be Occupying CongressWhy Science Depends On Good BrandingHow UPS Protects Temperature-Sensitive PackagesInfographic Of The Day: Wall Street? Pfff. Protesters Should Be Occupying CongressWanted: Terra, Incase’s Playful But Stylish New Collection Of Carrying CasesPainting Your Roof White Doesn’t WorkSimple Genius: A Lamp That Emulates The Cycle Of The SunAmerica’s Poor Trapped By Their Own Energy BillsStory FeedBig Pharma Giving Away Drug Patents To Help Cure Tropical DiseaseIf You Can’t Afford Panels, Try Pay-As-You-Go SolarWhat Happens To The Ocean If We Use It For Energy?Good Call: Why Sony’s Ericsson, Smartphone Moves Are…SmartDropbox Cracks The Enterprise With The Help Of Addicted UsersHP Pivots Again: Meg Whitman To Keep PC Division, Taiwanese Animators Launch NYC News Service, Sony Now Owns Sony EricssonInfographic: America’s Energy Prices Vs. The WorldAs Gas Use Declines, Americans Still Spend More On GasSociable Labs Helps Retailers Turn Social Chatter Into SalesPainting Your Roof White Doesn’t WorkIf You Can’t Afford Panels, Pay-As-You-Go SolarWhat Happens To The Ocean If We Use It For Energy?Big Pharma Giving Away Drug Patents To Help Cure Tropical DiseaseQuicksilver, A Cult Graphical Interface That Uses Keystrokes, Rises From The GraveHighlights of the Issue: February 2011Fast Company Announces 2011 Ranking Of The World’s Most Innovative CompaniesFirst Look: BankSimple’s iPhone App Aims To Reimagine Your MoneyFast Company honored with National Magazine AwardFeatured in the April 2011 Issue of Fast CompanyFast Company honored as National Magazine Awards finalist in the most prestigious category: General ExcellenceAfter Steve Jobs: What We Can Learn From The Nest ThermostatThe 100 Most Creative People in Business 2011A Dresser That Doubles As Movable ShelvesInfographic Of The Day: What Do People Want From A Tablet Computer?Fast Company Continues to Build Momentum Around The Increasing Intersection of Business, Culture, and the ArtsThe Five Scary Things On Halloween 2011Simply Cut, Fold, And Wear: Clever Fabric Patterns Yield Hybrid GarmentsWhat Your Home Will Look Like In 2015New Radar Lets Planes And Turbines CoexistInfographic Of The Day: What Do People Want From A Tablet Computer?City Harvest App: Eat At Restaurants That CareA Fascinating Array Of Weird Medical Artifacts, From Glass Eyes To A Witch-Hunting ManualPrintable Panels Power The National GuardBrazil’s New Eyes In The Sky Focus On The RainforestX Prize: Finding The Secrets To Longevity In The Genes Of The World’s OldestSteven Johnson Unveils A Twitter-like Network For Sharing Long ReadsWanted: A Portrait Of Steve Jobs Made From The Parts Of A MacBook ProInfographic: A Driving Tour Of Global Car SharingElon Musk Owes Customers 6,500 Cars, So Why Is He Smiling?Steve Jobs Biographer: Apple Founder Was Driven By Simplicity, Mystical Thinking, And Occasional LSD UsePeter Thiel’s Latest Project: Funding For DIY Garage Scientists54 Million IDs, 25,000 Sq. Feet, And 1 Massive Goal: Inside India’s Biometric Database ProjectBrazilian Eyes In The Sky Focus On The Disappearing RainforestShould A Game Console Make Moms Feel Less Guilty About TV Time?Conde Nast Subscriptions Soar On Newsstand, 90,000 Sweden Bloggers’ Accounts Hacked, “Asha” Is Nokia’s Hope For Emerging MarketsRemodel Your Meetings To Create Internal EntrepreneursWill Women Chime.in?Leadership Hall Of Fame: Po Bronson, Author Of “What Should I Do With My Life?”Who Are The People In Your Neighborhood? Nextdoor.com Wants You To KnowOwning The Onramp: What Netflix Gave Up When It Ditched The DVDThe $10 Million Genomics X Prize Will Make Genetic Sequencing Fast, Cheap, And AccurateCity Harvest’s App Gets You Reservations At The Restaurants That CareWhy You Should (And Shouldn’t) Throw Your Employees Into Swimming PoolsWhat Your Home Will Look Like In 2015Connected: How Technology Explains The WorldNerd York City: Why Bloomberg Wants A NYC Tech CampusPrintable Solar Panels Now Powering The National GuardProtest, Music, And #OWS OpportunismConnected: How Technology Explains The WorldThe “iGenius” Of Steve Jobs: “Mythbusters” On The Making Of A Documentary TributePreparation Is The Magic Bullet To Public Speaking SuccessSony Brings PlayStation Characters To A Live Action SpotWhy Digital Talent Doesn’t Want To Work At Your CompanyMastodon Turns Metalheads Into Three-Jawed MinotaursIs Sleepbox The Right Solution For Weary Business Travelers?Nokia’s Biggest Competition: Android In The Developing World“Building An Actual Time Machine Would’ve Been Easier”: The Making Of “Terra Nova”Bluetooth Company Spins Out Startup That Prevents Wind Turbines From Garbling Radar Systems“Person Of Interest” Creator Jonathan Nolan Isn’t Paranoid–Or Is He?How Google Could Have Simplified Its UI Without Screwing Power UsersPress ReleasesFrequently-Asked QuestionsWhat Any Parent Can Teach A CMOA Map Of The Geothermal Riches In The U.S.About UsA Maze Of Tunnels Made Only Of Packing Tape, Suspended In Mid-AirArtist Uses Her Own Skin As A Canvas, Turning A Disease Into ArtSimple Genius: A Trash Can With A Built-In Dustpan And BrushMirrored Cubes Turn A Parisian Plaza Into A FunhouseHolstee’s Mike And Dave Radparvar Are Doing What They Love, And You Can TooThe Five Scariest Things On Halloween 2011Infographic Of The Day: How Men And Women Differ When Making Big SalesAre Apps Evolving From Useful To Universal? [Video]Simple Genius: Mixing Bowls That Make Baking FoolproofTo Design A Gym For Columbia, Steven Holl Looks To Football DiagramsGroundBot: The Roomba Of Mobile Spy TechThe Great Recycling Bin In The Sky Is Full Of Broken SatellitesHolstee’s Mike And Dave Radparvar Are Doing What They Love, And You Can TooPatagonia Asks Its Customers To Buy LessA GPS-Enabled Shoe To Track Alzheimer’s PatientsInfographic Of The Day: How Men And Women Differ When Making Big SalesLondon To Ban Dirty Vans And Minibuses In “Low Emissions Zone”A Street View-Style Tour Of National Parks Hiking Trails, Courtesy Of Nature ValleyIt’s Time For Apple To Flip The Switch On TVOccupy Wall Street: The Book, Chinese Hackers Attack Japanese Parliament, Android Overtakes Apple On AppsPearson, Blackboard, And Education’s New “Openwashing”Trickle-Forward Economics: Scott Harrison’s Water-Based Experiment In Viral PhilanthropyA GPS-Enabled Shoe To Track Alzheimer’s PatientsInteractive Dashboard Explores The Impact Of A World With 7 Billion PeopleYour Tech Startup Has Launched; Now It’s About Staying AfloatReid Hoffman Confirmed To Speak At Innovation Uncensored San FranciscoLeadership Starts In The Middle, Not At The TopAnalysts Just Can’t Get Apple Right, It’s Too InnovativePatagonia Asks Its Customers To Buy LessDARPA’s Plan To Harvest Space Junk For New SatellitesA Map Of The Geothermal Riches In The U.S.Baked In: How UpMo Helps You Hang On To Your Best WorkersChip Kidd Talks About Designing Haruki Murakami’s New Novel, “1Q84” [Video]Interactive Site Explores A 7 Billion Person WorldLondon To Create “Low Emissions Zone”Popcorn.js Lets Web Filmmakers Fuse Video With Interactive DesignThe Solar Industry’s Job Prospects Are SunnyThe iPod’s Inventor Strikes Out On His Own, And Invents…A Thermostat?!Why California’s Cap And Trade Program Is A Big DealGamers Compete To Design The Best RNA Molecules80 Million Links A Day Don’t Lie: How Bitly Reveals The Web And The WorldWanted: A Chic Stylus For Drawing On iPads With Hyper PrecisionEat This, Not That: An Energy Star Label For FoodA New Brand To Undo Branding7 Ways To Build A Brand From Scratch, Inspired By “Playground Sessions”Want To Create A Great Product? First, Forget “User Friendliness”Infographic Of The Day: How The U.N. Is Fighting Global CorruptionAnother Weird Product Of Digital Design: Bendable WoodInfographic Of The Day: How The UN Is Fighting Global Corruption“Coffee Shop” Artist Builds Monumental Sculptures Out Of Stir SticksPopTech’s Ambitious iPad App Works Best When It Stays SimpleCanes And Mirrors Masquerade As Something Else, To Soothe Your EgoInfographic: The Economics Of Making Your House More Energy EfficientSkype’s Huge, New Security HeadachesNetflix Suffers Big Subscription Losses, China Bans “Occupy Wall Street” Searches, Apple Posts Jobs Memorial VideoInspired By “Facebook Nation,” Obama’s Chief Disruptor Brings Startup Culture To The Gov’tThe Uncollection: Branding That Doesn’t Require Buying AnythingHerman Cain’s Poll Stats Aren’t Pushing Pizza SalesEat This, Not That: An Energy Star Label For FoodU.S. State Department Takes On Syria… Via FacebookWhich of These Books Are Real?Level Up: Gamers Become Scientists By Competing To Design The Best RNA MoleculesStumbling Up The Ladder: Ad Agencies Neglect Their Brightest ProspectsWhy California’s Cap And Trade Program Is A Big DealBaseball, Big Data, And Learnings From Advanced AnalyticsThe Dark Side Of Biometrics: 9 Million Israelis’ Hacked Info Hits The Web100,237 And Growing: The Solar Industry’s Job Prospects Are SunnyStarred: LinkedIn Cofounder Allen Blue Reveals First Ever LinkedIn InviteMary Meeker: The Web No Longer Revolves Around The U.S.7 Ways To Build A Brand From Scratch, Inspired By “Playground Sessions”