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The 25 best countries in the world to be an entrepreneur starting a company

The World Economic Forum ranked each country according to its business environment and innovation. If you're looking for the best place to build a business, you may not have to look far.
A woman wades through a submerged street at the UNESCO heritage ancient town of Hoi An after typhoon Damrey hit Vietnam in 2017.

20 things we could do right now to prevent the wave of natural disasters, poverty, and pollution to come

Chad Frischmann is convinced he can feed the hungry, curb global warming, and educate today's young minds, all while cooling the planet down for future generations. He explained this plan, called Project Drawdown, to an audience at TED Conference headquarters in New York.

Take a look inside Johnson & Johnson’s new startup incubator in NYC’s SoHo neighborhood, that feels more like a rustic-chic coffee sh...

Johnson & Johnson's Manhattan outpost of its startup incubator, JLabs, is the new kid on the NYC-health-tech block. Take a look inside JLabs' new NYC digs, which with its coffee-shop vibes looked unlike any startup space we've ever seen.
"It's like being an entrepreneur, minus the risk." An Accenture innovation hub in Detroit is pictured.

Companies like IKEA and Accenture are following in Google’s footsteps to stay ahead of the curve

Home Depot, IKEA, and Accenture are examples of major corporations with smaller innovation labs. Some experts say that aspiring entrepreneurs might do better to work there than to start a company on their own.
Tiffany the Tiny Home.

Here’s what living in a tiny house is really like, according to people who traded their homes for minimalism

Tiny houses can help people live debt free and they're more environmentally friendly — but living in such tight quarters can create unique, unexpected problems that can seem magnified in a tight space. See what life really looks like living in a tiny house, from the good to the bad.
Sundar Pichai, Google's senior vice president of Android, Chrome and Apps, speaks about wearables during his keynote address at the Google I/O developers conference in San Francisco June 25, 2014.

Google Chrome, the most popular web browser in the world, is considering an idea that would fundamentally change how we all experience the internet

Google isn't yet providing specifics for its plan to replace the URL, but it may share some of its ideas publicly later this year, or in early 2019.
Watch out for a super-charming boss.

11 signs your boss may be a narcissist, including lots of swearing and a love of being in control

A narcissist at work may make your day-to-day difficult — and it's not much better if that narcissist is your boss. As it turns out, there are many narcissists in power positions because of certain traits they share, such as risk-taking, charm, and a love of being in control.

Mount Sinai teamed up with the designers who created projects for Nike and Beyonce to build a futuristic, new clinic — and it’s reimaginin...

Business Insider took a tour of Mount Sinai's Lab100, dubbed by its creators as the 'clinic of the future.' Here's what you can expect if you schedule a visit.

How to look and feel healthier in one month, according to science

Scientists are learning more about how our bodies work, and there are simple actions you can take to make your life healthier. Here are 12 evidence-based things you can start doing today to look and feel great.
The student debt problem hit a depressing milestone in 2018.

An eccentric tech investor and self-help guru has a wild, controversial idea to solve one of America’s biggest problems that he thinks could tur...

James Altucher, a tech investor and self-help guru, says recent college graduates should consider letting wealthy individuals or organizations invest in their futures for a percentage of their future earnings. This way grads could pay off their loans faster.