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Techs and the City: Part 1 Starting Up

Mia Kossiavelou | Posted 01.05.2017 | Business
Mia Kossiavelou

Image courtesy of makelight CEO, Joanna Alpe and developer team It is the start of 2016. The world's largest technology event, CES in Las Vegas is ...

What U.S. Businesses Can Learn from their French Counterparts (and Vice Versa)

Gary Shapiro | Posted 10.20.2016 | World
Gary Shapiro

Dozens of tech entrepreneurs, from fledgling startups like Wistiki and Prynt, to tech powerhouses like Withings and Parrot, will gather Oct. 21 at the Pavillon Cambon Capucines to showcase their latest innovations to the press and industry analysts at CES Unveiled Paris.

Fast-Moving Tech Markets Prove Vibrant Competition in India

Gary Shapiro | Posted 08.03.2016 | World
Gary Shapiro

If Indian policymakers continue to invest in infrastructure and expanding access to the Internet, this growth could be further accelerated.

Let's Focus on Fixing -- Not Nixing -- Obamacare

Gary Shapiro | Posted 06.29.2016 | Politics
Gary Shapiro

Let's focus on revising and improving the current system rather than digging in our heels against it. Fixing a broken healthcare system offers an opportunity for some easy-but-substantial cost savings in healthcare policy that would save taxpayers billions annually. Here are a few simple fixes.

The Political Lessons We Learn From Serbia

Gary Shapiro | Posted 06.25.2016 | World
Gary Shapiro

I met Vucic at the ITIC lunch and asked him how he has achieved so much in such a short period of time. He said Serbians knew that things had to change; namely, that doing things the same way would not help create jobs, cut the deficit or propel the economy.

How the EU Can Save You Energy Without Wasting Your Resources

Gary Shapiro | Posted 05.11.2016 | World
Gary Shapiro

At a time when companies are investing billions of euros to develop new and improved display technologies, imposing mandatory limits on energy use will harm progress in these vital economic and consumer interests.

KeenON: CEA's Gary Shapiro on the Digital Revolution in 2015

Techonomy | Posted 05.05.2015 | Technology

New technologies as varied as 3D printing, drones, self-driving cars, and networked clothing are going to solve many of our most entrenched problems. From hunger and disease to drought and famine, the digital revolution has the potential to fundamentally change the world.

The Keys to Heart Health: Diet, Exercise and Technology

Gary Shapiro | Posted 04.27.2015 | Healthy Living
Gary Shapiro

The consumer electronics industry has made it easier for you to watch your favorite movies, drive your car and communicate with friends across the wor...

French Initiative Can Boost Standing as Innovation Leader

Gary Shapiro | Posted 01.11.2015 | Technology
Gary Shapiro

Home to the second largest economy in the EU and the fifth largest economy in the world, France is increasingly a bright light for the tech industry in Europe. But more can be done to propel France as a long-term world innovation leader.

How to Keep the American Dream Alive

Gary Shapiro | Posted 09.02.2014 | Politics
Gary Shapiro

Like our Founding Fathers, we must press on with the ingenuity, creativity and entrepreneurial spirit that are vital to America's success. More, our leaders must recognize that innovation is critical to our country's global leadership and economic growth.

How the Consumer Electronics Industry Is Thinking Green

Gary Shapiro | Posted 06.21.2014 | Technology
Gary Shapiro

We all share the responsibility of protecting our planet. Leveraging the power of innovation, the consumer electronics industry is voluntarily leading the way to improve sustainability and increase the energy efficiency of the devices we all rely on.

How the Innovation Economy Will Revitalize the Motor City's Future

Gary Shapiro | Posted 04.23.2014 | Detroit
Gary Shapiro

Detroit's bankruptcy blueprint is a sobering reminder that the city still faces some challenging times. But Detroit Week offers a refreshing glimpse into the innovation that's already turning things around for the Motor City.

Make Your Kids' Safety the Top Priority This Super Bowl Sunday

Gary Shapiro | Posted 04.02.2014 | Parents
Gary Shapiro

Avoid tragedy by properly securing your TV, whether it's an old CRT set you've had forever or a brand new HDTV you're just bringing home.

CES 2014 is Biggest Ever, Gary Shapiro Says

Andy Plesser | Posted 03.10.2014 | Technology
Andy Plesser

LAS VEGAS -- Fueled by a focus on media, new products, and technology of the future, this year's Consumer Electronics Show is the largest ever, says G...

Why Goals Work in Business and in Pleasure

Gary Shapiro | Posted 02.17.2014 | Business
Gary Shapiro

It's a well-established principle: work comes before play. Those of us who live by this mantra know that an earned pleasure feels better than a guilty...

Remember Your Favorite Small Business This Holiday Season

Gary Shapiro | Posted 01.29.2014 | Small Business
Gary Shapiro

The men and women who launch these businesses are examples of entrepreneurship and models of the American dream. Their innovations make our neighborhoods better places to live and strengthen our economy. Remember them and shop local on November 30 -- and throughout the year.

It's Not Too Late to Learn How to Compromise

Gary Shapiro | Posted 01.23.2014 | Politics
Gary Shapiro

The Virginia race exemplifies the state of politics around the country. Facing a tough economy and difficult political issues, our leaders consistently refuse to cooperate with one another. Ordinary citizens are turning on each other over petty disagreements. Meanwhile, our nation's biggest challenges go unresolved.

It's Time for the Political Parties to Stand Down and Re-Open the Government

Gary Shapiro | Posted 12.11.2013 | Politics
Gary Shapiro

The Republicans have to accept that a compromise is better than a crippled nation with a dysfunctional government.

Innovation: The One Thing Health Insurers Must Do to Cut Costs Now

Gary Shapiro | Posted 12.08.2013 | Business
Gary Shapiro

With hard research that shows requiring co-pays cuts down on vital drug use, why don't insurance companies start selecting certain drugs and exams they will pay 100 percent reimbursement?

Mr. President, Stop the Personal Attacks

Gary Shapiro | Posted 09.22.2012 | Politics
Gary Shapiro

Putting aside the unauthorized comments, like from Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen, who said, "Anne Romney never worked a day in her life," consider these other malicious attacks.

Five Political Lies We Must Expose to Save Our Children

Gary Shapiro | Posted 06.17.2012 | Politics
Gary Shapiro

Our nation is heading off a financial cliff, and both major political parties are in deceptive denial. It's time we as Americans put on our adult pants and started confronting the truth.

Gray Lady Bigotry -- The Acceptable Exception

Gary Shapiro | Posted 05.26.2012 | Politics
Gary Shapiro

In her March 18 column, New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd wrote a scathing and nasty indictment of Presidential candidate Mitt Romney based on his...

Seven Things Americans Want This Election Year

Gary Shapiro | Posted 05.13.2012 | Politics
Gary Shapiro

Americans hunger for leaders who will attack our major problems head-on with candor and urgency. We can reverse course and address our big issues if we demand that our candidates speak honestly and answer the tough questions.

Is This What Women In Tech Look Like?

The Huffington Post | Jessica Pearce Rotondi | Posted 01.13.2012 | Women

The annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, better known as CES, is the world's largest consumer technology trade show and an important network...

Can the Supercommittee Slay the Deficit Dragon?

Gary Shapiro | Posted 01.03.2012 | Politics
Gary Shapiro

On twelve Members of Congress sits the dragon of our deficit. But the Supercommittee tasked with deciding how to slay this dragon before it consumes u...