Dollar Shave Plots to Take Over Your Bathroom
BusinessWeek Online -- Technology, May 16, 2014
Launched in 2012, Dollar Shave Club forecasts $60 million in revenue this year delivering more than just razors
Helsinki's Uber for Buses Is Stuck In First Gear
BusinessWeek Online -- Technology, May 16, 2014
The local tech startup Ajelo feels it has proven the technique and wants to ramp up faster
UnGoogle Me: The Case for Scrubbing Search Results
BusinessWeek Online -- Technology, May 16, 2014
The EU granted individuals the "right to a persona," allowing them to shape how their past is presented to the world. The U.S. should follow
Xiaomi Aims at Apple, Samsung With a Low-Cost Tablet and TV
BusinessWeek Online -- Technology, May 15, 2014
Europe's `Right to Be Forgotten' Ruling Is Unforgettably Confusing
BusinessWeek Online -- Technology, May 15, 2014
The European Court of Justice has created a giant ball of legal yarn that soon will be hopelessly tangled by lawyers
Strife in the Fast Lane: FCC Moves Forward With Controversial Plan
BusinessWeek Online -- Technology, May 15, 2014
Net neutrality activists oppose the FCC's proposal to allow faster speed for higher fees
Koreans Find Overseas Bargains a Click Away
BusinessWeek Online -- Technology, May 15, 2014
Shoppers get better prices online, bypassing local department stores
Spaceport America Counts Down to Launch
BusinessWeek Online -- Technology, May 15, 2014
Truth or Consequences, N.M., awaits liftoff from the world's first commercial spaceport
Searching Social Media for Drug Side Effects
BusinessWeek Online -- Technology, May 15, 2014
Tech startups are combing through patients' online postings for signs of unreported problems with prescription drugs
Germany's Samwer Brothers Take Their Web Copycat Act Global
BusinessWeek Online -- Technology, May 15, 2014
After stumbling, their Web venture pushes into hardware
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