Hoping to increase its drive-thru speed, McDonald’s has begun to use voice recognition technology to compete against other fast food chains.
Cities that benefit from the economic side of walking have a boost in productivity, better health, and more social interaction.
Not only providing a lesson that relates to building nest tunnels, ant economics can also teach us about diminishing returns to scale.
Those vendors that sell us hot dogs, peanuts, and Coke at a ball game are thinking about a lot more than the food and the score.
We can look at pizza take-out to see why a trade deficit involves much more than spending more on the imports you buy than the exports you sell.
With consumers expecting faster product cycles, Adidas is experimenting with a new supply chain that accelerates sneaker production.
Determined genetically, our sleep preferences as night owls, morning larks or neither could affect our productivity at work.
In Japan, you could be admired for taking a daytime snooze at work. Called inemuri, “sleeping while present,” lets you attend a meeting while displaying your diligence through your exhaustion. It lets you signal that you are on the job…