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Mobile Technology: Are Women “Getting It” More than Men?

“Across the board, nobody wants to do accounting,” said Shivani Siroya, founder and CEO of inVenture, a global credit scoring company. ”It’s difficult or they’re lazy or they don’t see the purpose.” Her company, currently working in India, is trying to change that with a product called InSight, an accounting tool that works through SMS

 
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Infographic: The Astounding Power Of Pinterest

In our upcoming October design issue, one of the many fascinating feature stories we’ve lined up is a lengthy profile of Pinterest and its elusive CEO, Ben Silbermann.See on www.fastcodesign.com

 
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Big Data Goes Back to School (infographic)

Much of the recent research around consumer shopping behavior has revolved around ‘moms’ as the CEO of the household, and corresponding research on her habits as a shopper and what influences her shopping behavior, especially word-of-mouth and/or friend recommendations. Curiously though, one of the most interesting findings in our research reveals that dads are 5x

 
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Mayer’s Mission: Yet To Be Defined – Yahoo Needs To Be the [BLANK] of the Web

New Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg have the same problem: Find a way to monetize a massive and sticky user base. But Zuckerberg has two things Mayer doesn’t – a company with a clear-cut mission statement, and time. Spend some time talking with Vasant Dhar, the director of NYU’s Stern Center for Digital Economy Research,

 
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Facebook’s Biggest Challenge Is The Shift To Mobile, Says Zuckerberg

Facebook is finding the transition from desktop to mobile difficult. Not only is it trying to find a way to successfully monetise its mobile product, but it hasn’t even the basics right with many complaining about how the mobile app is slow and badly designed. Now according to Bloomberg, Facebook’s CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg

 
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