Maggie Overfelt is a New York-based writer focused on technology, small business and investing for outlets including CNBC, CNNMoney.com and Crain's New York Business. She was previously an editor and reporter at TheStreet, Fortune Small Business Magazine and PC Magazine.
Demand for better, bigger screens made the flip phone go extinct in the iPhone and Samsung Galaxy era. But makers of smartphone glass are working on technology that is both foldable and durable.
More than 95 million smartphones are damaged each year from drops. Unbreakable glass is the goal for top brands like the Apple iPhone.
Ninety-five-year-old Miller Baking is betting it all on the pretzel bun in 2018, and already sells to Whole Foods and Costco.
America's largest workforce would consider a salary cut to get the really important stuff: flexible hours, job security and promotions.
Airbnb is now worth more than all but one hotel company. Its next big market to upend may be air travel, and your flight booking.
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