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Middle Schoolers Create Apps At Summer Camp

By Dr. Marciene Mattleman

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - Thirteen-year-old Aaliyah Trader, a rising 8th grader who attends Achievement First Endeavor Middle School in Brooklyn, rather than find another game to play, helped to create an app, motivated by a competition called Battle of the Apps. 107 more words

Watch + Listen

Startup of the Week - White Knight Safety

A worker in Alberta’s oilpatch typically completes three to five safety forms everyday. A safety manager might have to fill out as many as 10 forms a day, depending on whether an accident occurs or not. 971 more words

Business

Automated Driving Is The Future

DETROIT (AP/WWJ) – The world appears to be moving closer to the day when cars are sending information back and forth between each other — at the speed of light. 535 more words

Autos

Toyota: Automated Cars Won't Be Driverless Cars

YPSILANTI (WWJ) – As the auto industry looks to bring some automated driving to the roads in the next few years, don’t get the idea that you can just check out, and leave the driving to your car. 483 more words

Autos

Startup of the Week - Dryrun

90% of small business failures can be traced to cash flow issues, yet small business owners often fly by the seat of their pants or struggle with complicated spreadsheets. 1,011 more words

Business

The Greatest Manufacturing Show on Earth Is Coming to Chicago

I’m packing my bags and getting ready for my 15th IMTS! I can hardly believe that it’s been almost 30 years. It looks like plenty is going on behind the scenes to prep for IMTS 2014. 54 more words

Manufacturing