Category: Business / Startups

November 24, 2020

AI Can Run Your Work Meetings Now

A new wave of startups is trying to optimize meetings, from automated scheduling tools to facial recognition that measures who’s paying attention.


by Arielle Pardes in Business
November 18, 2020

Marissa Mayer’s Next Act Is Here

The former Yahoo CEO wants to build a better address book on your phone. Does anyone want it?


by Arielle Pardes in Business
October 2, 2020

1 House, 40 Roommates? During Covid, Co-Living Adds Up

The pandemic has driven people to shelter in place for months. A wave of housing startups argues you shouldn’t have to do it alone.


by Arielle Pardes in Business
September 23, 2020

Arlan Hamilton and Katie Rae Say Tech Can Do Well—and Do Good

At the WIRED25 event, the two investors say traditional venture capital misses opportunities because it is a monoculture.


by Sidney Fussell in Business
September 3, 2020

Startup Perks Go Remote—and Take a More Inclusive Approach

Tech companies are swapping on-campus gourmet chefs for free snack deliveries, but they’re also stepping up childcare support and mental health services.


by Arielle Pardes in Business