Nancy Koehn discusses Hershey's innovative life and vision.
Open for comment; Making a business successful is a challenge in itself, but making a green business profitable is an even harder journey.
Open for comment; Information plays a critical role in technological progress, yet many inventors opt for trade secrecy to protect their intellectual property.
This paper studies the myriad repercussions of concealing new inventions through the lens of a systematic and sweeping invention secrecy policy implemented by the USPTO during World War II.
On the 17 February 2011 Historical Papers and Museum Africa jointly held the opening of the FOSATU exhibition and the book launch of 'The future is in the Hands of the Workers' A History of FOSATU'.
The second Great Migration (1940–1970) brought to the US North and West more than four million African Americans.
While oral history is not uncritical, it provides openings for opinions, voices, and judgements on events on which there was often silence.
Companies have thought for decades about business-focused solutions to fix the deteriorating environment.
Professor Geoff Jones examines the career of Helena Rubinstein, one of the trailblazing female entrepreneurs of the 20th century.
Using guile, brilliant branding, and more than a few falsehoods, Rubinstein lifted cosmetics from an accessory item for prostitutes to a great luxury product during the Great Depression.